Detect undeclared agreements included Barzani's visit to Baghdad
September 30, 2016

Treasures Media / Baghdad
MP Mohammed al-Tai, on Friday, all agreements be described as undeclared included in the visit of the President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, the last of Baghdad, noting that, including the agreement on the "state of Kurdistan" in principle.

He said al - Taie in a publication reported in his location , social Facebook communication seen by the "Treasures of the Media" that " the recent visit of the President of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani to Baghdad included undeclared agreements , " noting that "Among those agreements is the agreement on the state of Kurdistan in principle and advertising by consensus among the new political alliances and interests of new terms and conditions , including ". He said al - Tai," The agreements also included an attempt to form a new alliance between the Kurdistan Democratic party with some of the parties to the Shiite National Alliance, like the old , top and call (group Abadi), and the Sadrists , but with conditions , "noting " the agreements also included to obtain assurances about pay Erbil share of the budget regardless of the objection parties in the Kurdistan Alliance (change and Union), regardless of the opinion of other parties in the National Alliance."

He said al-Tai, "it was agreed to send a message to other forces (objecting) or the (opposition) that the new coalition will be influential in the new equations, new conditions and new understandings," noting that "the equations and conditions and the consensus vary depending on the political bloc and the control of power on the ground, and the number of militants (the military wing of the bloc, the bloc's relations with influential countries like the United States, Britain and some European Union countries and some countries of the region. "

The head of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani visited, on Thursday, Baghdad and held separate meetings with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and President Fuad Masum.