Othman: the central system leads to dictatorship and the Iraqis have lost a lot because of him

Tuesday 28 2012 11:55

Leader of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman

Sumerian News / Baghdad

The leader of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman, a Tuesday, the central system that leads to the dictatorship, noting that the Iraqi people have lost a lot because of it, as he emphasized that the application of the decentralized system will provide services to citizens better.

Osman said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "the central system in the country always leads to dictatorship, has lost the Iraqi people a lot because of him," pointing out that "statements that talk about the dangers of the decentralized system is not correct, because the constitution was adopted, nor does it It is a separation of the rights of provinces to demand it. "

Osman added that "the participants in writing the Constitution kept the decentralization of the management of the country to maintain the unity between nationalities and denominations," pointing out that "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki calls more than any other to uphold the Constitution that allows this."

He said that Osman "the application of the decentralized system helps to give a lot of powers to the provinces and territories to provide better service from the central system, which restricts it."

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was considered at a conference of decentralization, which was held, on Monday (February 27, 2012) in Baghdad, that the system of decentralization may lead to a sense of separation with a diversity of national, sectarian, warning of the neglect of the external factor in the development of the spirit of separation, as called for governments to give more local authority within the orientations of the central government.

The political scene in the Iraq crisis is to claim some provinces the establishment of regions, including the Declaration of the province of Salah al-Din provinces economically and administratively protest against the "marginalization and detention procedures and ablation", which affected dozens of children, and depriving them of the allocations of financial and grades they deserve, as announced by the majority of the Diyala , maintain territories, while threatening the other provinces, particularly Nineveh and Basra, to take similar steps.

The Council of Anbar province, Tuesday, that the draft regionalization of the province is still present on his way to investigate in the near future, pointing out that he held an important meeting this weekend to consider Btansl government promises to keep, surprising from the control of the Baghdad Operations Command, Najaf and Karbala on parts of the borders of the province .