Barzani: not a personal thing but if Maliki met by 100 times would be in vain
The head of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, Massoud Barzani, on Monday, that I have no personal dispute with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki central, but he pointed out that the dialogue would be of no avail even after the "100 meeting" tight that it would not back down from his calling to make changes in the country. said Massoud Barzani, in a press statement, that "I have nothing personal with al-Maliki and respected for his person," noting "We have met with Maliki several times with him several times, even met with him 100 times would be in vain." said Barzani that "President Jalal Talabani, if he can handle the situation to get Iraq out of its crisis is a good step," saying that he would not "back down from his positions towards the current situation, and make changes in the country." The head of Iraq's Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani attacked, in (12 April 2012), Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, saying that Iraq is heading to the "dictatorship", as he emphasized that self-determination for the Kurds will be the only option in the absence of Baghdad's cooperation with the region to solve problems. and called on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in (April 17, 2012 ), the Kurdish people to beware of irresponsible statements in order to stay enjoy the wealth of his country, saying that the launch of the statements convulsive do not come well for all the Iraqi people, warned against some of the tone of incitement to resort to in an attempt to incite people against each other, or induction of the Party National against the other through the distortion of words and removed from the context. and escalated disputes between the political blocs when shifted from the different Iraqi rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance, too, after the new President of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani (April 6, 2012), during his visit to the United States his attack against the central government in Baghdad and accused her of shirking the promises and commitments, while stressing that the Kurds would not accept in any way to be positions and powers, however, one person, "leading the army of two million."