UN: is the federal power-sharing, not separation

10.23.2011 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add comments - twilight News confirmed that the UN representation in Iraq, Sunday, that the issue of federalism and its application in the country does not mean separation, but participation in power, while stressing the need to resolve the issue in accordance the Iraqi constitution. The Special Representative of the United Nations to Iraq, Martin Kobler during a meeting with foreign relations official in the Kurdistan Regional Government Falah Mustafa in Arbil, "The federal does not mean separation, but political and social participation in power between the components of the country," noting that "the solution to this issue must be done according to the constitution of Iraq. " and has recently begun claims by officials and tribes and notables of the provinces of Basra, Maysan, Salahuddin, Nineveh and Babylon, Anbar, Diyala, making their provinces provinces because of the lack of services and stay away from "politics and the complexities of the center," but that the President of the Federal Government Nuri al-Maliki warned , the seventh of July, the application of this system, but the Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani expressed his surprise of Maliki's position, and stressed that violates the provisions of the constitution damage the country and directed toward the abyss. For his part, foreign relations official in the Kurdistan Regional Government, according to a statement Lord's "Twilight News", the need to build a democratic Iraq, federal, pointing to the importance that "we are true partners in power with the rest of the components of the Iraqi people, and we all participate in building the future of Iraq." On another, he Mustafa on the importance of the role of the United Nations and the European Union, especially after the phase of the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, noting that "the United Nations can play the role of advisor and coordinator of all spectrums of the Iraqi people to find solutions to crises and problems." U.S. President Barack Obama said, the day before yesterday, in the press conference room at the White House after the Conference on the video conference with the Federal Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on the withdrawal of American troops still in Iraq and the 39 alpha end of the year according to the security agreement signed between the two sides, Obama noted that the post-withdrawal will start a new phase of strategic relations between Baghdad and Washington. According to the statement, he drew the foreign relations official in the Kurdistan Regional Government that "the United Nations could provide opportunities for national dialogue in order to reach Iraqi solutions to the crises in the framework of the Constitution of Iraq." Iraq has suffered many problems and political crises between the political parties, notably the implementation of the terms of the Erbil and security ministries vacant, and the disputed areas and the implementation of Article 140 in addition to other differences, in spite of the considerable efforts made ​​by many political parties to resolve it without result.