THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 2012 04:57
BAGHDAD: Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Wednesday, that the subject of censure him over, while that between the problems are not solved outside the framework of the Constitution, it was considered that early elections are the only solution left if you disagree with the political blocs to dialogue to resolve the current crisis.
Maliki said in an interview for a number of media to "The real solution to the project out of the current crisis is to sit down at the table of dialogue," adding that "the problems are not solved by jumping on the Constitution."
He denied that al-Maliki "may be called for early elections now," noting that "the matter should be handled first in the National Alliance and with partners in the political process."
He said the prime minister that "the problems if not resolved on the basis of dialogue and the application of the Constitution there would be no way for the success of any other project," asserting that "if you do not talk no choice but early elections."
Al-Maliki said during a joint press conference with the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim Jaafari (24 of June 2012 the current) it would not be any questioning of his or withdraw confidence from it before it is "correct state of the parliament," and accused the latter that he turns a blind eye to parliamentarians accused of "terrorism and fraud," stressing that he did not stay there any solution to the opposition parties but to accept the dialogue, the Constitution and to sit at the negotiating table.
In response, whether he was preparing to face questioning in parliament, Maliki said that "There are introductions to many must occur before the interrogation," expressing his determination to "discuss the violations of all, whether in Parliament or in the executive branch or the provinces, because we want to build a state."
And on what has been said about the continued U.S. presence in Iraq, the prime minister stressed that "the presence of U.S. forces in Iraq is over."
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, he considered, that the American withdrawal from Iraq was "the partially and symbolically," said that while the United States still occupies the country and beyond its specified range, affirmed his quest to achieve independence in the Iraqi decision.
In the axis of a modern-Maliki, address the issue of Exxon Mobil U.S., explaining that "the U.S. administration did not respond, we almost clear on the subject of Exxon Mobil and whether they have completed a contract with the Kurdistan region of Iraq," adding that "This company has increased the gap between Iraqi political blocs. "
Dealt with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in, the subject of the governor of Nineveh ethyl Najafi, stressing that it "would fire if requested by Najafi Nineveh that."
A spokesman for the Iraqi government, Ali al-Dabbagh, said, that Iraq has asked the United States that is frozen contracts signed between the Kurdistan region and Exxon Mobil on investment within the region and the disputed areas, while between that those contracts should be through the Government of Center and the Federal Ministry of Oil, it was considered that any contract outside the federal government is "minus the illegal and unacceptable," and thus not recognized and does not take legal status.
He defended the Kurdistan Alliance, earlier today, about the constitutionality of the oil contracts held by the Government of the Territory with international companies, revealed that three of the six contracts signed Erbil with Exxon Mobil U.S. include the disputed areas, denying mediate region deal are confidential between the U.S. company and the Governor Nineveh to extract oil from them.
He revealed, media advisor to the Prime Minister, Ali al-Musawi, in (19 June now), that the President of the government is moving now to prevent the transaction may be between the KRG and the governor of Nineveh, with Exxon Mobil to invest in oil in the disputed areas to maintain, while between that there are documents and information indicate the presence of "suspicious transactions", he stressed that the deal was that it would have serious implications for the unity of the country.
The origin of the dispute, "the old-new" between the governments in Baghdad and Erbil to oil contracts conducted by the province that it considers the federal government "illegal", and to do so by agreement with Exxon Mobil for oil exploration, which confirmed the President of Iraqi Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, in (24 of April 2012), to Exxon Mobil "will not give up" on him despite threats from the federal government with its avoidance of the contract to develop the West Qurna field in Basra.
And broke out a severe crisis between Baghdad and Erbil on the back off the Kurdistan region in (the first of April 2012) pumping oil until further notice because of differences with Baghdad and the "lack of commitment to" pay dues to the international oil companies operating in it, while Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussein Shahristani, in (the second of April 2012), the Kurdistan prevented Iraqis from six billion and $ 650 million during the past two years 2010 and 2011 because of its failure to export oil, and expected to reach the deprivation score higher in 2012 being, as he noted that most of the oil produced in Kurdistan smuggled across the border and often to Iran and not to fulfill export contracts.
Received the Kurdistan government, in (the third of April 2012), the al-Shahristani, as the accusations have to "false", saying it aims to cover up the "deficit," the federal government in providing services to citizens, while the accused parties Iraqi unnamed as "chauvinism" , then returned and emphasized the tongue and Natural Resources Minister Ashti Hawrami, it "will not resume" exports the region prior to reaching agreement "comprehensive" with the Government of the Centre on the dues of Finance, in the form of the Kurdish regional president Massoud Barzani, a committee to investigate allegations of smuggling oil.