Vice independently: disclosure of the Kurdistan Region to the agreements signed by Maliki does not add something to the political crisis

On: Friday 05/25/2012 15:51

Baghdad (news) .. reduced the independent MP in the / National Alliance / Jawad Albzona, of agreements published by the Presidency of the Kurdistan Region, which includes the signing of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in his capacity as president of the Islamic Dawa Party undertakes to implement a set of demands of the region, saying that this agreements do not add something to the political crisis, because everyone declared previously.
said Albzona in a statement (of the Agency news) Friday: The cause of the political problem in Iraq is not the signing of the agreements and their application, but not Alatlzam blocks them and they go for consensus politics away from the Constitution, explaining : that the agreements published by the Presidency of the Kurdistan Region do not add anything, because everyone declared since the start of the crisis that political differences are caused by non-implementation of agreements.
said deputy national: that not only al-Maliki said Atelzm agreements, but the Kurdistan Alliance also has commitments have not adhered to by such as placing guards the Kurdistan Region (Peshmerga) and border crossings and lifting the flag of Kurdistan regions Arabic. The Presidency of the Kurdistan region, issued a statement included the signing of a document of agreement between the Islamic Dawa Party and the Democratic Party of Kurdistan, on the eighth of August in 2010 to speed up the formation of the government and the distribution of key positions in the country he said, adding that the two parties signed an agreement to take over Jalal Talabani as president and leader of the Dawa Party, Nouri al-Maliki as prime minister. added the presidency of the province, the parties also agreed to be Chairman of the House of Representatives of the Iraqi list also agreed to be chairman of the National Council of the foreign policy of the share of the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi, indicating that the call and Democrats agreed to work seriously for the participation of all political blocs in the new government. / Finished / 7. n. r /