Kurdistan Alliance stresses not attending the meeting called by al-Maliki todaySaturday, 01 January 1 / December 2012 17:21
[Baghdad - where]
Kurdistan Alliance said he would not attend the meeting called by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Saturday to discuss the political crisis.
According to a statement of the Kurdistan Alliance, the agency received all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "the coalition refused to meet Maliki's call to attend the meeting which is scheduled for today in the prime minister to discuss the political crisis, including the crisis between the two governments and federal Kurdistan region."
He added that "Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki did not take practical steps to end the crisis with Kurdistan region despite the fact that House Speaker Osama Nujaifi initiated by bringing the views of the parties, and based on his initiative delegation attended the Peshmerga and the regional authorities concerned, was discussed topic, but Maliki rejected a last-minute agreement between the defense and the Peshmerga. Oh my my my, he lied again.
The statement said that "the Kurdish blocs confirms that the political process at a critical juncture and everyone find constitutional solutions to the problems about the tension between the two authorities and federal Kurdistan region, and that is not waving arms and the formation of conducting military operations and the exercise of emergency powers without the consent of the parties."
He pointed out that "dialogue is the way to build a democratic state and fabricating crises caused damage all Iraqis and other fancy he would yield would be the biggest losers."
The source confirmed to [where] that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Saturday will hold a meeting with the heads of political blocs after an invitation so to discuss the political crisis, including the crisis between the central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government and other files. "
He accused al-Maliki in a press conference held in the Council of Ministers today Kurdistan Bariql process negotiations and agreement on the management of security in the disputed areas, where the agreement between the center and the province spends spends assume the Regional Guard forces [Peshmerga] and forces the central protection mixed areas, but Kurdistan student survival of five brigades military operation in these areas with no survival of any power from the center. "
He pointed out that "this request can not be achieved because the constitution guarantees the right of the central government to move its troops in various cities and provinces of Iraq were not allowed at the same time for the province to move any military force outside its borders."
The prime minister warned the Peshmerga forces of "presence in the disputed areas," accusing the Kurdistan region of stirring up the media hype about the Russian arms deal to prevent the Iraqi army from arming in a time when buying weapons from the region abroad without coordination with Baghdad. "How can he warn the Peshmerga about defending their own borders ?
And see the relationship between the central government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government in Arbil strained relations against the background of the formation of the leadership of the Tigris and the implications, and other files relating to the constitutional powers between the parties and airport management and oil Altakadat. .