Adviser to Barzani 's office: demands of the Kurds are not conditions
Tuesday , 24 May 2016 13:10

Alsumaria News / Erbil
Media adviser said in the Office of the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, on Tuesday, that the demands of the Kurds are not conditions, noting that the demands represent a program to support governmental and parliamentary reform.

Kifah Mahmoud said in an interview for the Sumerian News, "The Kurdish blocs in the Iraqi parliament stresses the need to solve problems with the Baghdad government and the application program Abadi, who has promised to implement it, especially on the province."

He said Mahmoud, that "the demands of the Kurds are not conditions, but a program to support governmental and parliamentary reform and the protection of the legislative and executive institution of any breach of its sovereignty, as happened in the recent events and displays of Representatives to direct attacks."

He continued, that "everyone understands the importance of the Kurdish role in parliament and the Iraqi government," adding that "the Kurds are the second national and key partners in the Iraqi state and build a new political system."

And it announced the head of the National Union of Kurdistan bloc in the House of Representatives, but Talabani, earlier in the day Tuesday, the heads of Kurdish blocs decided to visit Baghdad next week to meet with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

And witnessing the Iraqi political situation strained evolution after demanding a change of ministerial cabin and then turned to the change of the three presidencies, to be replaced with only five ministers and the postponement of the parliamentary session, which was dedicated to changing the rest of the cabinet due to lack of quorum, prompting protestors angry to break into the green zone twice, before their withdrawal pending the completion of the rest of the desired reforms, underscoring government officials, including the three presidencies on the need for a comprehensive parliamentary hearing.

The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani instructed on Monday (16 May 2016), the deputy minister of the Kurdistan Alliance to return to Baghdad to attend meetings of the House and Minister for "saving" Iraq from the current crisis.