Shara is likely to hold national meeting in Baghdad amid challenges

28.03.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Baghdad: Euphrates News likely MP on the mass of citizens Furat al-Shara to hold a national meeting in the capital Baghdad, amid the challenges relating to the date held and preconditions as well as the parties would be invited to attend. The meetings of the Preparatory Committee for the Conference had been held five meetings and select the president, Jalal Talabani, the fifth of the month next date for a meeting. Shara said in a statement to Agence {Euphrates News} on Wednesday that "there are also challenges preconditions there are those who want to impose preconditions for this entry," adding that "all these challenges become effective and ineffective negatively if Makant There will of the national free and honest for the sake of the citizen and the supreme national interest. " He pointed out that "if the will of formality to these challenges Vstaouk national meeting." said Shara that "Baghdad will likely first to hold a national meeting where, if there was competition from perhaps There are parties to propitiate it and the parties confirm to be a continuation of the Conference of Arbil and calming the situation between the brothers in Kurdistan and the federal government. " and spin the differences between the political blocs on the venue of the meeting of the National Alliance of Kurdistan demanding its convening in Erbil for security reasons and the National Alliance demanding to hold it in Baghdad as the capital of Iraq and the mind first for conferences and meetings. He explained that "there are colleges will be discussed and from which to address the particulars and Altfsillat," noting that "the colleges that will be discussed is a unit of national discourse and to continue the implementation of the remaining of the Convention on Arbil if they were not opposed to the constitution and the supreme national interest." He al-Shara in his "There is another issue, an issue that Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi will be discussed, but not in primary or intentionally self but would discuss the offer to perhaps ask who wants to ask," noting that "there is a foregone conclusion is that the case is considering legal jurisdiction was not political, there is of not in favor of issued or does not react to ask at all. " has exacerbated the differences between Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his partners in the Iraqi List, headed by Allawi, following the establishment of a lawsuit against Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi on charges of "driving death squads", as well as his claim of no confidence in his deputy the Iraqi leader Saleh al-Mutlaq after he was accused of the owners of "dictatorship" and "monopoly" power, which invited them to boycott the meetings of both houses of the government and the House of Representatives for a certain period. The National Alliance confirmed its commitment to keep the issue Hashemi in the pride of the legal and not political bargaining it .. Denounced "attempts to politicize the issue and pressure on the judiciary, to move them outside Baghdad, and is believed to be aimed from behind it to influence the course of justice." and added that "other issues will be discussed also, including the differences between Kurdistan and the federal government on the investment companies, especially Exxon Mobil," In addition to "the issue of the fields in the northern region of Kurdistan." It is noted that there are substantial differences between the territory of Kurdistan and the federal government on contracts concluded in the region to oil companies without the knowledge of the federal government, most recently with Exxon Mobil. The Iraqi Oil Ministry earlier said the company Exxon Mobil has frozen its agreement with the Kurdistan Alascchavah on contracts in the region, while confirming that no decision to exclude the company from the next round of oil licenses which will be assessed by the end of May.

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