Deputy for Kurdistan: better Maliki end domestic issues before going abroad to enter into alliances
Tuesday, 09 October 1 / Okrudolf 2012 01:07
[Baghdad - where]
Said Kurdistan Alliance MP Rose Mahdi Khoshnaw, it was better to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, ending internal problems, and resolving the outstanding issues in the country, before going abroad to enter into alliances, and establish a strategy of relations. "
He Khoshnaw told all of Iraq [where], "There is confusion internally and externally very clear," adding that "there is also a clear position of the Prime Minister, who controls a lot of these decisions on the personal or partisan, and this is something serious," as he said.
He explained, "We as a sovereign state we have the right to build relations with any country in the framework of diplomatic relations, and this is improbable and got back to the state's conviction itself."
Khoshnaw questioned by saying that "Iraq today is no different from previous years, where he was the former regime builds and establishes relationships on the same basis, the establishment of relations by signing contracts and arming the security services."
He pointed out that "accountability to build relationships with any country is a natural thing, but what is happening is based on reinforcing and arming contracts, and this is is confusing," Alahad he put it.
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki arrived at the head of a high-level delegation before noon Monday to Moscow at the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Prime Minister is accompanied by a large delegation comprising government officials and representatives of a number of Iraqi firms.
Iraq has been political crisis, because of the escalation of differences between the political blocs, on matters relating to the partnership in the state administration, as well as other files, has led the continuing crisis to claim some political blocs which [the Kurdistan Alliance, the Iraqi List, the Sadrist movement] to withdraw confidence from the President Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and the trend towards questioning in parliament, which led to an asylum National Alliance to announce the preparation of paper reforms to resolve the crisis.