Ajili: Talabani in the task of raising difficult factions

Date: Saturday 15/09/2012 09:41 am

 Baghdad / term
MP for the Iraqi List, Abd Dhiab, Friday, that the task of President Jalal Talabani in the collection of the political parties "difficult" despite the perception everyone the seriousness of the threats coming from Syria, in what was seen as success is dependent on the will of the leaders of the blocks in the reform . Ajili said in a statement released yesterday, and received the "long" version of it, that "the task is difficult in front of President Jalal Talabani in solving problems and deep-rooted between the political blocs, despite shown by the President of the Republic of goodwill through his quest to resolve political differences between the parties "

Adding that "adherence to the political blocs ceiling demands and red lines will make the solution difficult."

Ajili considered that "to resolve differences depends on the will of the leaders of the blocks in the reform and processors real problems, They They will be able to Talabani of success in his endeavor."

Ajili pointed out that "the chances of success Talabani probably remain somewhat, after it became everyone senses gravity of the threats coming from Syria."

The Kurdistan Alliance said in (September 11, 2012), 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 territory Kurdistan is not personal.

The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan led by President Jalal Talabani announced, (11 September 2012), that the leader will return early next week to the country after a therapeutic journey lasted three months, as pointed out that Talabani will soon return to complete his efforts to resolve the country's problems.

Relations between Baghdad and Erbil chronic crisis worsened months ago but intensified in recent 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 Constitution and the bilateral agreements with the federal government.

It is noteworthy that the country is witnessing a 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 Article notably resolving the mandate of the three presidencies and security ministries and the balance in the armed forces and independent bodies and various organs of the State.