there is reluctance on the ground for the implementation of Article 140
State law: there is reluctance on the ground for the implementation of Article 140
12:57:10 / 07/2012
Khandan - Hana Ahmad
MP announced a coalition of law Samira al-Moussawi said the reform paper to the National Alliance is not necessarily to achieve the demands of other political blocs as it seeks to put these demands in the framework of the Constitution.
Revealed al-Moussawi told the "Khandan" on "that there is reluctance on the ground for implementation of Article 140, noting that government alone can not enforce the rule on all sides, but the issue is a matter of national need a national consensus by all the inhabitants of Kirkuk."
It said al-Moussawi said: "The Iraqi government has spared no effort to implement Article 140 of the formation of committees for the implementation of the relevant article and customize their own budgets," noting that there are other parties involved in the responsibility for the implementation of Article 140, such as the presidency of the Republic. "
And on a draft of President Jalal Talabani, to amend the administrative border of the provinces which were the administrative borders of the manipulation by the former regime for the purposes of demographic change, al-Moussawi said: "the Presidency of the Council of Representatives is the responsibility not to include the project on the agenda of the Council."
The MP for the Iraqi List, the free Zuhair Araji, had announced earlier in the "Khandan" for a strong drive for political parties and tribal variety in the provinces located in the disputed areas, to contest the provincial elections with a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
He said al-Araji, said many members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives seemed to take steps for the formation of electoral blocs in their governorates with tribal leaders and notables of the province and politicians to hold provincial elections, and many of these blocks you want in alliance with a coalition of state law, confirming the presence of strong desires for a number of these clusters in provinces in the disputed areas as mayor of Nineveh and Kirkuk, to enter the elections with a list and one with a coalition of state law.
He said al-Araji: that the disputed areas was and is the center of discussion is important for all political blocs, and Maliki's position towards all public issues, including the issue and his visit to Mosul and Kirkuk, boosted his popularity dramatically in these areas, noting that the rise in popularity of al-Maliki in the disputed areas and positions of , push the blocks to seek an alliance with him in the next election.