Leading Arab Kirkuk: Iraqi Arabs trying to break up al-Maliki's popularity has escalated and
10/07/2012 08:04 AM

Babinaoz (Reuters) - accused the leader of the Council of Arab political Hussein Ali Saleh al-Jubouri in Kirkuk province, Tuesday, the leaders of the Iraqi List, "trying to tear Iraq and the fragmentation of the Arab component in the province," through their visit to Erbil, while noting that the list moved away from its base in Kirkuk and wastes its project of national, said that the popularity of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has escalated because of his last. said Hussein Ali Saleh al-Jubouri that "the goal of visits to leaders of the Iraqi List, Erbil is not a service Kirkuk's Arabs and the different regions, but tearing Iraq's unity and fragmentation of Kirkuk's Arabs, through the creation of agendas, letters and show the figures funded by a party Kurdish clearly visible and paid the price, "calling to" stop the series of target and disrupt the Arabs that are doomed to failure. " The head of the Iraqi province of Kirkuk, Mazen Abu relentlessly accused, on Monday, (9 July present), the political council of the Arab trying to isolate the existing for audiences in the province, calling such attempts to "desperate", in what was considered the positions of some of the leaders of the Council of the current political crisis beyond the national consensus for the people of Kirkuk. The Jubouri that "the leadership of the Iraqi List, is moved away from its base in Kirkuk, and wastes its project of national," he that "Iraqi leaders are still visiting Erbil and reside there, although we suffer marginalization, exclusion and cancellation of contracts for our farmers and our farmers and deprive us of the co-management, as well as preventing our youth from Recruitment in the security institutions of the Federal." The Jubouri that "the Iraqi leadership the person of its leader, Iyad Allawi, did not issue him any position of supporting the Arabs of Kirkuk did not visit their areas did not have a position and we Ndhuq deprivation and exclusion since 2003, although marginalized and suffering from terrorism and Aqsaúna by the Kurdish parties, "stressing that" Iraq has abandoned us and its national project. " The Jubouri that "the speech of the Political Council Arab in Kirkuk is an Iraqi Kirkuk and Iraq's unity and justice for Arab component, it is with those who defended the unity of Iraq no matter what their nationality or religious or sectarian, "explaining that" Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was still clear orientations through his quest to build security institutions strong federal reservation unit Iraq and national resources, along with toast the finest of the National Alliance and the Iraqi List. " He Jubouri that "the popularity of Maliki's growing and has become big for Aracath and rhetoric of the middle and encode it for directions and plans to enhance the methodology constant of the Iraqi state is far from the repercussions of that seen in the Arab region and the Middle East from the lineup and agendas and disagreements." The council Arab politician in Kirkuk, one of the factions, the main Sunni Arab government, has praised in the (10 May 2012) on the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki because of his visit to their wallets, and described him as "His positions courage that brought joy to Kirkuk's Arabs," while believing that the Iraqi List, a "failure" and that its leaders gather restaurants Kirkuk and ask for their constituents. called on the Council (July 4, 2012) Iraqi List, to dialogue with the National Alliance and its components to find serious solutions to the political crisis and build government institutions. It is the province of Kirkuk, 250 km north of Baghdad, the ethnically mixed population of Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen, Christians and Sabeans, of the most disputed areas addressed by the Article 140 of the constitution, and while pushing the Arabs and Turkmens towards demand management joint of the province, seeking Kurds to append the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, as well as the suffering of Kirkuk fragility in the security situation in light of the events of almost daily violence aimed at foreign troops and local civilians alike.