Maliki heads a cabinet meeting on Wednesday in Kirkuk and the Kurds consider the event "provocative"
Posted 02/05/2012 12:13 AM

Arbil - "squares of liberation" from Dilshad Abdul Rahman
informed correspondent of "squares of liberation" that Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will chair a meeting of his government Wednesday in Kirkuk, as was scheduled to be held in the province of Diwaniyah.
source said Kordestani, a senior, "held a cabinet meeting in Kirkuk, a provocative response, concerning the fate of the city, "adding that" al-Maliki is trying through the selection of Kirkuk to hold a cabinet meeting to deliver a message that said the city will not be Kurdistan and will remain part of Arab Iraq. "
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki stressed a few days ago that "any zone in Iraq is subject to the federal government and its agencies. "

Maliki, in an earlier meeting with a number of government officials

Source of Kurdistan, who declined to be named, accused some parties of the coalition of "Iraq," which did not identify, to persuade al-Maliki in the importance of holding the meeting in Kirkuk, said "I agree members of the" Iraqi "representing Kirkuk chauvinists with al-Maliki that the meeting of the government there is pressure on the Kurds In response to pressure recent federal government. "
The source expected that the "step-Maliki, which represents for us a show of force will face a strong response," refusing to reveal the nature of that response.
to the detection of a source in the Kurdistan Regional Government to our site, "The federal government decided to reduce the region's share of oil products by more than half, "saying the move" part of the punitive measures to Baghdad to Arbil. but expected "not to remain silent about the provincial government this step."