Urgent Kurdish lawmaker: Abadi agreed to share the Kurds ministerial change and wil..
Urgent Kurdish lawmaker: Abadi agreed to share the Kurds ministerial change and will support theregion financially
3/7/2016 0 Comments
Vice said the coalition of Kurdish blocs that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi agreed to grant share of the Kurds in the forthcoming cabinet reshuffle and he would launch an initiative to bring out the Kurdistan region and help from the financial crisis. "
He said the mass Jemaah Islamiah, the parliamentary chairman Ahmed Haji Rashid, who attended the meeting of the heads and a representative of the Kurdish blocs in parliament with Abadi latter's office yesterday evening that "the meeting discussed a number of important topics, including the differences between the KRG and the federal government, and in this regard, the Prime Minister expressed his willingness to launch initiative towards the Kurdistan region which is assisting the region in the economic sphere and take out the Kurdistan region from the financial crisis afflicting. "
He said Rashid "We also discussed the reforms conducted by the Prime Minister, and the need to be holistic file, we emphasized the need to be Kurds 20% in the government, and the Prime Minister agreed to this proposal, as we have agreed to put forward several candidates to fill ministerial posts in order to be prime minister free in the selection of the candidate who suits him in the government work. "
He said Kurdish lawmaker "We also talked about the need to be for the Kurdistan region's share of foreign loans given to Iraq and expressed Abadi is ready to exchange the Kurdistan region proportion of these loans on condition that the province provides guarantees to repay these loans jointly, as we talked about entitlements peasants of Kurdistan, and in this topic also Abadi confirmed approval of the disbursement of these funds. "
He said MP Ahmad Haji Rashid "We put forward the subject of treatment of the injured chemical weapons, and we went back and studied Abadi treat those wounded at government expense."