01/07/2012 10:24

Erbil, July 1 (Rn) - According to a member in the Iraqi parliament from the Kurdistan Alliance said on Sunday that the alleged plot to establish a sectarian government in Iraq will not succeed, because the situation harmonic is best suited for Iraq.

The newspaper (politics) of Kuwait, have reported in today's edition Sunday that Iranian diplomats have begun moves new Baghdad to arrange for an urgent meeting between Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to resolve their differences, in addition to persuade Sadr to leave the axis, which includes two partners, the Kurdistan Alliance, headed by Massoud Barzani and the Iraqi coalition headed by Iyad Allawi, to form a majority government led by the National Alliance, which includes major Shiite political forces in Iraq.

the paper quoted a senior Kurdish official as saying that "Iran has moved to further and more dangerous than when he held meetings with some members of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan led by Iraqi President Jalal Talabani to urge them to join the majority government led by the Shiite alliance, chaired by al-Maliki, which means explicitly incitement to divide the Kurdistan Alliance. "

said Khalil Mahma agency Kurdistan News (Rn) announced today that "there is no majority government that the state of interoperability, and the government interoperability is best suited for Iraq, but Iraq's stability , the Iraqi government the problem of the day from all the major components of the country, "noting that" Iraq is suffering from a crisis of real political, as well as the territorial zone can not afford such a direction so we hope that there is no existence of such schemes. "

He said he "can not exclude the leaders of leading them to their influence in the map of Iraq, such as Dr. Iyad Allawi, it represents a large segment of the component of Iraq, as well as the President of Kurdistan, which represents 50 million Kurds is not in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, but all the Kurds in the area regional. "

Khelil said, "we say each of the plans to drag Iraq into an unknown future not catch in the murky waters Vmsaihm this will not work, and the idea of a sectarian government in Iraq failed and Múdh before they breed, to the presence of large components in the country with its weight and its weight in the Iraqi political arena. " From: Wafa Zangana