Iraqi political forces is making efforts to convene a meeting attended by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani, and the existing Iraqi President Iyad Allawi, to resolve the political crisis.

Well-informed sources that efforts are being made ​​to hold a meeting between Maliki and Barzani and Allawi. Reported that the Deputy Secretary-General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) Barham Saleh, who is currently visiting Baghdad, one of the most prominent seeking to hold this meeting, Mr. Maliki met alone on the current crisis, and discussed with him the current political problems in Iraq, as well as between Baghdad and Erbil.

The sources added that al-Maliki, Saleh, "stressed the need to return to the Iraqi constitution and make it the basis for addressing all the problems in Iraq," adding that officials had agreed to arrange a meeting of political forces after the return of Iraqi President Jalal Talabani.

And the MP of the coalition of state law Salman al-Moussawi, the relationship between the central government in Baghdad and the Presidency of the Kurdistan region will see a sort of calm in the coming days, having seen a large constricting in the last period.

"The worsening relationship between central government and the presidency of the region was for several reasons, the most important investment of oil, and disputed areas, and arm guards region (Peshmerga), all without the knowledge of Baghdad."

Moussawi called for presidency of the region "to make a sufficient flexibility to overcome the crisis, the region is an integral part of Iraq, and we want to develop and build closer economic and wide, but only through the gate of Iraq."