Kurdistan: Talabani has a roadmap for meetings with the leaders of the blocks if he returns to Iraq
11/09/2012 - 13:07
Iraq News
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
confirmed the Kurdistan Alliance, Tuesday, that President Jalal Talabani has a roadmap for bilateral meetings with leaders of political blocs after returning from Germany, as he emphasized that it works for the development of the political process on Sktha correct, it was considered that the problems between the center and the Kurdistan Region not personal. said Alliance MP Khalid Shwani in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "President Jalal Talabani has not stopped during his stay in Germany about events in Iraq," noting that it was "in touch with the heads of blocs and has a clear vision about the crisis The proposals and initiatives. " said Shwani that Talabani "has a road map will put on his return to Iraq, at the beginning of next week to start holding bilateral meetings with leaders of the blocks," noting that "works to end the crisis or at least put the political process on Sktha correct." The Huani that "the president can not find treatment to political problems if not assisted by the political blocs did not make concessions," adding that "the problems between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government is not personal." The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan led by President Jalal Talabani announced on Tuesday (11 September 2012), that the leader will return early next week to the country after a trip therapeutic lasted for three months, as pointed out that Talabani will soon return to complete its efforts to solve the country's problems. Relations between Baghdad and Erbil chronic crisis worsened months ago but intensified in recent Last after disagreements on the deployment of troops on the border between Iraq and Syria in the north, and the other belonging to the oil contracts concluded by the Kurdistan region with a number of foreign companies which Baghdad deems illegal, while he says the region they are based on the Iraqi constitution and bilateral agreements with the federal government. noteworthy that Iraq political crisis since last April, was claims to withdraw confidence from the government of President Nouri al-Maliki by the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi List and the Sadrist movement, which fell later, but this crisis began decompose after he announced the National Alliance for the formation of the Reform Commission presented a paper containing 70 items notably resolve mandate of the three presidencies and security ministries and the balance in the armed forces and independent bodies and various organs of the State.