Alfalh: Iraq on the verge of spring economic and political leaders on the reduction of the pace of escalation in their statements

Tuesday, March 20 / March 2012 06:55

Called independent MP of the coalition of the state of law Alfalh political leaders to reduce the pace of escalation in Iraq, because their statements on the verge of the Arab summit, and political escalation is not in the interest of Iraq because he certainly would negatively affect the atmosphere of the summit.

He said Alfalh told all of Iraq [where] the day, that "the statements of the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Massoud Barzani, representing an opinion politically I do not think it was intended to target government misconduct," asserting that "the National Alliance collections with the Kurdistan Alliance, a long history of struggle against the former regime and It is not possible to produce about Barzani's remarks crisis between the coalitions. "

He added that "Iraq is on the verge of spring economic after the Arab summit, in addition to that the success of the summit is a success of Iraq with all its components and attributes its success to a particular component," noting that "all politicians to ensure the success of the summit and away from the convulsions in the statements that do not serve the atmosphere of the summit Certainly. "

Saw the political arena rise significantly in the severity of the exchange of accusations, especially among the Kurds and the State of Law coalition after accusing the President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, the federal government of "trying to implicate the Kurdish issue, Vice President of the Republic required to eliminate Tariq al-Hashimi through a proposal to facilitate the smuggling of the province through the provision of facilities for Hashemi in order to escape out of the country, "noting that" the response region was clear that we're not smugglers will not accept this matter, "he said, adding that" ethics Kurds do not allow the delivery of Tareq al-Hashemi, and when he came to the region came to a meeting with President Jalal Talabani and then got the problem ", calling for" a solution his case politically through three presidencies. "

For his part, replies deputy state law Yassin Majid on Barzani's comments by saying to [where] that "Barzani's comments about the al-Hashemi, in which he said that the ethics Kurdish does not allow his extradition to Baghdad, we wonder you allow morality Kurdish hosting a man accused of killing innocent civilians and how they allowed the ethics Kurdish 31, in August of 1996 to enter the Iraqi Intelligence Service and the Iraqi army during the reign of the former regime to Kurdistan and arrested between [700-900] a person of the freedom fighters of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Iraqi National Congress who are so far from the missing and anonymous. "