Talabani's party: are committed to the unity of the Kurdish position

17/06/2012 16:48

Baghdad, June 17 (Rn) - The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, led by President Jalal Talabani Sunday his commitment to the unity of the Kurdish position of all the issues, noting that he is not obliged to publish a letter Talabani pleading to parties seeking to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

A spokesman for Union Jindiyani Azad told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that
"the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) is committed to the unity of the Kurdish position." Referring to the position of his ally, the Kurdistan Democratic Party of the issues raised.

With regard to the position of Vice-Patriotic Union of Kurdistan on the issue of withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister in the House of Representatives, said after interrogation Jindiyani "to see the interrogation and every incident."

The President is seeking political blocs are the Iraqi and Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadrists weeks ago to coordinate with each other to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki after that showed no response to the demands received last month.

But their efforts hit a position Talabani, who refused to sign the request for withdrawal of confidence, and said that a sufficient number of signatures is incomplete.

Critics say they will spend policies Maliki ahead in the second constitutional mechanism for the withdrawal of confidence from the cross-Maliki questioned in the House of Representatives and then ask for the no-confidence vote.

And the spokesman of the "Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) is not obliged to publish the letter of response sent by President Jalal Talabani to the parties to Erbil because the parties did not publish the letter sent out to Talabani," but he emphasized that "all the content of the message has been leaked to the media."

And waved Iraqi President Jalal Talabani to resign from office leaders insisted that advocates for the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to change his convictions in this regard.

Talabani called for in his letter, which said the station "free" the Arabic-language television and funded by the America she had obtained a copy of them to not "provoked" and confirmed that he would resign if forced to change his convictions.



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