Barzani: a commitment to the constitution of the political blocs in the lowest levels

04/13/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Baghdad / range The head of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, the commitment to the Constitution by the political blocs is very low, announcing the rejection of the internationalization of the political crisis, and stressing the need to be resolved internally, while criticized the lack of implementation of the promises and the authorities, however, to devote one person. This was a speech by the Barzani in "The Washington Institute for Near East Policy," American Research, highlighting the current situation in Iraq and the Kurdistan region and the region. In his videotaped and dissemination of the American Institute on the site, Barzani said in response to a question regarding the U.S. position on Iraq and the Kurdistan Region , that "the U.S. president and his deputy, affirmed their commitment to a democratic Iraq a federal multi-, and they are committed to the Kurdistan Region and the people of Kurdistan." Barzani said, "We have not sought at any time for revenge, where we want to open a new page with all parties, and sought permanently to the stability of Security, therefore, is seeking several foreign countries continue to establish business relations and investment in the Kurdistan region. " On the security situation in Iraq, Barzani announced that the "terrorist operations are continuing, and that Iraq is going through a big crisis at the political level." He stressed that "Iraq is the current came with the blood of Iraqis, and we will defend him until the last moment." and the Iraqi Constitution, "The Iraqi constitution, a good constitution, but the proportion bound by this Constitution is very low, at the same time, the voice of all of us with this Constitution, and asked the political parties to sit together and block the return of dictatorship to the country again and the implementation of Arbil. " and stressed that "unless all parties agree on these conditions, we will have time to return to our people if they are not addressing the problems." and stressed that "Iraq must solve their own problems, not recourse to external interference. " And on the collection of several powers in Iraq, however, one person, said Barzani, "We are not at all with the monopoly of several positions and powers, however, one person where it appears that now in Iraq by a number of officials." "I passed six years has not carried out any promises, and we are fed up with this position, since it is the launch of the pledges without any work, and the best example of this, failure to pay amounts of foreign companies, and oil and gas law, therefore, stopped oil exports from Kurdistan to the outside. " With regard to article 140 of the constitution, Barzani said that "the implementation of this article is the only way, but the Iraqi government practice for years on the repudiation of their implementation, and we say with confidence very areas withheld and not the disputed areas, because certainly that these areas Kurdistan and will find their way to the solution in one day. " and on the developments in the region Kurdistan, Barzani quoted that "the region evolving on an ongoing basis, and the best example of this, the low rate of illiteracy in the past decade from 56% to 16%." and on the crisis in Syria, especially the Kurdish issue in this country, he stressed Barzani as " support the Kurds Syria in all shapes, but this does not mean that we help them in military terms or providing them with weapons, but it is necessary to seek a way the work of a diplomatic and peaceful so as not to any Party of violating the rights of the Kurds there. " He concluded by commenting on the Iranian nuclear program and the impact of UN sanctions on the territory of Kurdistan and said, "We want to establish good relations with Iran, but this does not mean that we agree on all points, because we have points of disagreement with this country, but we have common points at the same time, but we are always committed to the resolutions of the UN Security Council."

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