Kurdistan Islamic Group calls for the removal of steps Declaration "Kurdish state" for "hegemony partisan"

Thursday February 4, 2016 21:04

Alsumaria News / Erbil
He called Emir of the Kurdistan Islamic Group Ali Baber, Thursday, to keep the configuration steps to declare "Kurdish state" for "partisan hegemony", while stressing the need to reach an understanding with the central government and inform the neighbors that "Kurdistan" would be "a neighbor Savior."

Said Baber said in a statement received Alsumaria News, a copy of which, "The configuration steps to declare the state of Kurdistan should be done by building a true system of governance and the rule of law, not hegemony partisan," pointing out that "it is necessary to create an internal political agreement and agree a unified and speech" .

He added that "should the financial and economic system and the Peshmerga forces, police, security and intelligence building in accordance with the institutional standards," stressing "the need to restore the prestige of the legislative and judicial authority."

Baber stressed "the need to reach an understanding with the central government," pointing at the same time that "it is necessary to inform neighboring countries that the State of Kurdistan will be a loyal neighbor and collaborator with everyone."

The head of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani said, on the first Tuesday (February 2, 2016), that "no one" can prevent the Kurdish people to express their self-determination, and as he emphasized that the referendum was "not a declaration" of the state, he noted that "it's time" hold the referendum.

The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani in (January 2016 26), that the people of Kurdistan will hold a referendum for self-determination, and among that any decision taken by the people of Kurdistan will be put with Baghdad peacefully within the framework of the talks.

However, Baber announced (January 31, 2016), the European Union stressed the unity of the Iraqi territory and to deal with the Kurdistan region within the framework of the Iraqi state, pointing out that the European Union does not support a referendum on independence for the region at the moment.