MP Maliki calls for the separation of Barzani's Kurdistan difficult to achieve an attempt to gain political spoils

26/04/2012 PM - 4:20 PM

Description of a representative for a coalition of law invite the President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, the possibility of holding a popular referendum later this year to decide the fate of the Kurdistan region in the absence of the end of the current political crisis as "an attempt to achieve more of the spoils and political gains."

The MP said Abdul Salam al-Maliki told all of Iraq [where] that "the call Barzani, the report of the fate of the people of Kurdistan are just a call focused on the door of the pressures in order to get more gains and spoils more than it is the timing of the announcement and independent Kurdish state as it is contrary to the Constitution is difficult to achieve because it needs to be an international consensus and the UN. "

He added that the "declaration of a Kurdish state in Iraq would raise the concerns of some neighboring countries such as Syria and Turkey, because it will encourage the Kurds present the separation or the like, which may cause problems for those countries and thus would oppose it," adding that "there is opposition Kurdish internal to the Kurdistan region on the declaration of secession especially with the existence of problems are still stuck with the center in Baghdad, such as the disputed areas and Article [140] and other files. "

The Associated Press U.S. blamed on Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani, he said to her, "If you did not end the current stalemate ahead of local elections in September next, the Iraqi Kurds will organize a referendum to decide whether they want to" live under a dictatorial regime "under the Baghdad's control or in an independent state.

Barzani had launched a violent attack in a speech at the celebration, Nowruz on 21 March, the federal government in Baghdad, hinting to declare a Kurdish state. When he said "A lot of people who call and ask us to announce today Bushra great for the people of Kurdistan, so we assure you that that day coming God willing, to declare that the human, but they must be in good time, but be assured and that the human inevitably come. "

He was President Jalal Talabani has been ruled out in a press statement near the declaration of a Kurdish state in Iraq, saying "I do not see the possibility that enable the Kurdistan region to form an independent state, at least in the foreseeable future, but I do not think that there is nothing impossible in this world and we call on young Kurds be aware of the importance of Iraq from a broad perspective and they have to be realistic that the separation is not possible now and support Vdralithm democracy [KRG] in Iraq because the current era is the era of small states that that which the era of international associations such as the EU, "stressing that" the survival of Iraq as part of a democratic Iraq, a federal does not mean maintaining the their rights. "

Kurdish politicians have eased from Talabani's remarks, saying they were released by me as President of the Republic and not a Kurdish leader and some lawmakers called on Barzani's party shows that the PUK [Patriotic Union of Kurdistan] leader's comments about the announcement of the Kurdish