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    " The Dinar Daily " ........... Saturday, 8 December 2012

    Al-Turfi: The National Alliance, in one list in Diyala, Anbar and Salahuddin.
    08/12/2012 09:09:00


    Karbala / NINA / MP, Habib al-Turfi, of the citizen block confirmed that the Iraqi National Alliance would participate in the coming provincial elections in one general coalition in the provinces of Diyala, Anbar and Salahuddin.

    Al-Turfi told the reporter of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / on Saturday 8, Dec "We will participate in an allying of the components of the Iraqi National Alliance in general in these provinces and there will be another mechanism for the coalition in the central and southern governorates and, possibly in two lists of the Supreme Council and its affiliates and the state of law coalition and its components."

    He pointed out that this measure is designed to preserve the unity of the alliance, which is very important in the provincial elections, and be the mainstay of the National Alliance in the future of the House of Representatives elections. ".

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    MP: Americans makes up a large part of the problem between Baghdad and Arbil.
    08/12/2012 09:09:00

    Kut / Nina / A member of the parliamentary Security and Defense, Qassim al-Araji said Americans make up a large part of the problem that got between the Kurdistan region and the Baghdad government.

    MP for Wasit province told the reporter of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: The representative of the U.S. side that exists in Iraq, was a big part of the problem that occurred between the KRG and the Baghdad government because of their involvement in the matters, which are away far from their specialty. "

    He added: "we also hold a large part of the responsibility, because the Iraqi government has allowed the U.S. side to intervene through attending the meeting, which took place between the Kurdish delegation that came to Baghdad and the delegation of the security services of the Federal government," noting that "this matter is very shameful."

    Araji said that some politicians wanted to internationalize the issue by publishing void statements about the reason for the visit of the Secretary General of the UN Ban Ki moon to Baghdad in order to resolve outstanding issues between the parties, but the fact was to discuss the Syrian's cases and Kuwait with Iraq. "

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    MP: Peshmerga's deployment in / mixed areas/ threatens Arabs and Turkmen.
    08/12/2012 09:28:00



    BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the state of law coalition, Sadiq al-Labban confirmed that "the current political crisis is related to the Kurdish side only, because moving the Peshmerga forces in the disputed areas threatens the Arab and Turkmen components in those areas."

    He said, in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "The law and the Constitution empowers the movements of the Iraqi army in any spot in Iraq, so as to protect all components of the Iraqi people." Noting "the movement of the Peshmerga forces in the disputed areas and their deployment outside the province purpose to protect only the Kurds in those areas, so their deployment is a violation to the constitution and the law."

    He added "The movement of the Federal's troops in those areas is to protect everyone, not a certain nationalist and to maintain the security of those areas, so their presence in those areas are welcomed by the people of those areas."

    He explained, "Understanding this point, accurately by all politicians, gives an indication that the Kurdistan region is the cause of the current crisis."

    The head of the House of Representatives had visited Arbil last weekend and met with the President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani to negotiate with him to find appropriate solutions to end the crisis between the province and the center, and then met Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki upon his return to Baghdad.


    The Information Office of the Prime Minister said, in a press statement that "Al-Maliki received al-Nujaifi at his official office. Al-Nujaifi transfer to al-Maliki a preliminary acceptance for his vision for a solution, based on joint checkpoints or rehabilitation a force from the people of mixed areas to manage and maintain security in these areas. / End

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    MP: The direct dialogue between Arbil and Baghdad ensures resolving the political crisis.
    08/12/2012 10:37:00



    BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the state of law coalition, Khalid al-Asadi confirmed that "The direct dialogue between the central government and the Kurdistan region will guarantee the resolution of the political crisis of the / disputed areas /".

    He said, in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "There are positive signs to resolve the current political crisis, towards entering a direct dialogue between the governments of the center and the province through the initiative of the political blocs, which was adapted by the House Speaker Osama al-Nujaifi, and through the contacts of President Jalal Talabani with all political parties, to put constitutional and just solution to this problem."

    He added "The relationships between the political parties do not need a mediators or foreign interventions, but need to open direct, technical, security and political dialogue between the Governments of the center and the region."

    The head of the House of Representatives had visited Arbil last weekend and met with the President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani to negotiate with him to find appropriate solutions to end the crisis between the province and the center, and then met Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki upon his return to Baghdad.


    The Information Office of the Prime Minister said, in a press statement that "Al-Maliki received al-Nujaifi at his official office. Al-Nujaifi transfer to al-Maliki a preliminary acceptance for his vision for a solution, based on joint checkpoints or rehabilitation a force from the people of mixed areas to manage and maintain security in these areas.

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    A Kurdish lawmaker accuses al-Maliki to refrain from conducting the general census.
    08/12/2012 11:14:00


    BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the Kurdistan Alliance, Bakr Hama Siddeq accused the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of refraining from conducting the census in Iraq in order not to know the correct population percentage of the governorates and the Kurdistan region."

    He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today 8, Dec "The Kurdistan had demanded earlier to conduct the general census, but the federal government, led by al-Maliki, refrained to conduct any census in order not to know the percentage of the population of each the province and the governorates."

    He continued that "The region and the center agreed previously, that the ratio of the province of the federal budget would be 17% initially, although the real proportion of the province may exceed now to 25%, so the central government now has two choices either to stay on this agreement or to resort to the census to identify the ratios of the region and the governorates' budget. "

    MP, Alia Nassif, of the Iraqiya Hurra coalition asked the executive authority to "consider Kurdistan's share of the financial budget by 13 percent, and retrieve all the differences of past years."

    The Information Office of the coalition quoted her as saying, "The actual share of the Kurdistan region from the financial budget is 13 percent, has been filed to be 17 percent as a consensual number until the census of Iraq."

    MPs from state of law coalition called to cut the budget of the Kurdistan region and return to 12%.

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    Nusaiyf calls to change KR's share of federal budget into 13%
    Saturday, 08 December 2012 11:20 | | |


    Baghdad (AIN) -MP Aliya Nusaiyf of the Iraqiya Hurra Coalition called the executive authority to decrease the share of Kurdistan Region within the federal budget to 13% instead of being 17%.

    Nusaiyf pointed out that "The actual share of the Region from the annual budget is 13% but it was increased to 17% to be adopted till conducting the census."

    She called "the Kurdistan Regional Government to pay back the extra amounts that the Region acquired during the adoption of 17%."

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....tical&Itemid=2

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    MP calls political blocs to abandon tensions to prepare for next PCs elections
    Saturday, 08 December 2012 08:29 | | |


    Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Mohamed al-Nasiri, of the Iraqi National Alliance called the political blocs to abandon the tensions to prepare calm atmosphere for the next Provincial Councils elections.

    He stated to All Iraq News Agency (AIN) "The calm atmospheres are necessary to ensure the citizens participation in the voting process."

    "The PCs are new institutions so nominating the qualified figures to these councils through the next elections will enhance their performance," he concluded.

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....tical&Itemid=2

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    Tayfour urges Obama to prevent Iraqi Army from using force against Kurds
    Saturday, 08 December 2012 10:20 | | |


    Baghdad (AIN) -The Iraqi Deputy Speaker Arif Tayfour, the leading figure of the Kurdistani Alliance called the US President Barak Obama to prevent the Iraqi Army from using force against the Kurds through taking measures to freeze the use of tanks and heavy weapons.

    A statement by Tayfour's office cited "Despite the efforts exerted by the political partners to calm down the tensions between the Central Government and Kurdistan Regional Government, however the Central Government is going on mobilizing the military forces in the disputed areas where these forces are intensifying their deployment near Kurdistan Region's borders."

    He continued saying "We urge Obama to immediately interfere to prevent the Iraqi army from using the US weapons against the Kurdish people."

    "We also call the international community and the international organizations to support the Kurdish people and move urgently to inspect the military escalation by the Central Government to resolve the disputes in the disputed areas once and for all," Tayfour concluded.

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....tical&Itemid=2

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    Maliki only figure authorized to move military forces throughout Iraq, says Jubouri
    Saturday, 08 December 2012 11:50 | | |


    Baghdad (AIN) -The head of the Hurra Iraqiya Coalition Khutaiba al-Jubouri stressed that the Kurds' demands over running the security file in the disputed areas are illegal and unconstitutional because the Commander General of the Armed Forces is the only figure who is authorized to move divisions of the military forces.

    Jubouri stated to All Iraq News Agency (AIN) "The Commander General of the Armed Forces, Nouri al-Maliki, is the only figure who is constitutionally authorized to move and distribute the military forces throughout Iraq's territories," stressing that "The Kurds' demands over assuming the security in the disputed areas are clearly unconstitutional."

    "The task of the Peshmerga military forces in the Kurdistan Region, is to preserve the internal security within the Region; therefore these forces must be armed with light weapons rather than heavy weapons," he concluded.

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....tical&Itemid=2

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    Dahlaki describes attempt to withdraw confidence from Maliki as "Reaction to crisis between CG, KRG"
    Saturday, 08 December 2012 12:22 | | |


    Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Raad al-Dahlaki, of the Iraqiya Slate described the attempt to form alliances against the Government as "A reaction to the current crisis between the Central Government and the Kurdistani Regional Government."

    He stated to All Iraq News Agency (AIN) "There are calls to withdraw confidence from the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki," noting that "These calls are immature and comes as a reaction to the disputes between the CG and KRG."

    "Any decision to be taken at the current stage must be studied due to the critical situation," he added.

    "There must be suitable atmospheres for taking important decision and to avoid wrong ones," he concluded.

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....tical&Itemid=2

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