Urgent .. Maliki does not mind a meeting of the Council of Ministers in Kurdistan

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 2012 13:45

Twilight News / chief media adviser to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, that the latter does not mind holding meetings of the Council of Ministers in the provinces of the Kurdistan Region.

Maliki and held three sessions to his government outside Baghdad, Aptdoha in Basra, Kirkuk, and then - and has stirred up controversy with the Kurds after they considered provocative - and then held in the province of Nineveh.

The chancellor said Ali al-Musawi in an exclusive interview with "Twilight News"does not mind that al-Maliki in a meeting of the Council of Ministers in the provinces of Kurdistan.

But al-Moussawi also pointed out that the meetings held outside Baghdad, including the provinces that have problems with the government, in particular the powers.

He continued, saying, "I do not mind (of the hearing in Kurdistan), and there is objection, because the approach is to solve the problems first with the provinces and ministries on development projects and other problems."

And the three provinces visited by the Maliki suffer from crumbling infrastructure due to years of wars and acts of violence, its officials also complain of shackling their powers, and constantly demanding greater powers for the implementation of strategic projects without the approval of the federal government.