Dry: the crisis between the center and the region worsened and require external intervention to resolve
Sunday, 05 August / August 2012 09:02

Baghdad {: News} Euphrates stressed the Kurdistan Alliance MP for the longings dry on the need to abide by the constitution in resolving the problems existing between the Government of the Centre and the Kurdistan region, noting that the crisis worsened between the two parties which calls for external intervention to resolve it.

The Dry told {Euphrates News} on Sunday that "if there is real intention of the federal government in solving its problems with the Kurdistan region it does not need external intervention to resolve it because the map and clear to end the differences are the application of provisions of the constitution on the ground without selectivity," noting that "in light of escalations and criticism of the Government of the Kurdistan region and the charges against her by the Centre, this in itself requires the presence of external interference in accordance with the Constitution."

She added: "There is no intention really of the Government Center to end the crisis with Kurdistan evidence is that there are escalations and criticism and accusations directed from the center to the provincial government through the media and exacerbated the crisis between the Government Center and the region in recent times, this matter requires the presence of foreign intervention to end the crisis, but the state that wish to intervene should be put forward in resolving the crisis, according to the Iraqi constitution is not so. "

Relations between the Government Center and the region because of a number of issues, notably the issue of oil and gas and Haktha the issue of harboring Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi after the warrant was issued for his arrest and also the question of withdrawal of confidence from the government, which is still the President of Kurdistan on its position on the request to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki as well as deployment of the center on the border with Syria in the Piper, which promised an encroachment on the authority of the province areas that fall under the control of the Peshmerga, which led to a new storm between the center and the region.

With the escalation of the crisis between the government of the province and the center's visit, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu to the Kurdistan region on Wednesday, where he met Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani and discussed the overall political situation and the issue of Syria, and prepared the Government Center to visit Balasthena Iraqi sovereignty and carried the provincial government the serious consequences that Stffersh this the visit. ended 13 o'clock