Vice Kordstani: the movements of leaders of political blocs, especially President Talabani will put an end to the tensions between the blocks
On: Friday 05/11/2012 15:50
Baghdad (news) .. Okdedo Kurdistan Alliance MP / Kurdish coalition blocs / Adel Abdullah, that the movements of leaders of political blocs, especially the president, Jalal Talabani, will put an end to the escalation of tensions between the blocs.
Abdullah said in a statement (of the Agency news) Friday: We will see a breakthrough soon to the current crisis, and that the actions of the leaders of political blocs and especially of President Jalal Talabani, will reduce the tensions and disagreements between the political blocs, hoping it flows into these moves also in resolving the issues relationship between the blocks.
He pointed to the Kurdish MP: Some of the problems that do not need to be resolved within the National Congress, Kalkhlav between Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, stressing that if the conference was held, there does not solve the fundamental problems and difficult access to the mechanisms of resolution.
He was President Jalal Talabani, had met with the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari yesterday evening at the presidential headquarters. A statement issued by Jaafari's office received a (news) a copy of it: The two sides discussed during the meeting was to evaluate the current political situation and the nature of the circumstances surrounding it, and a lesson how to find a solution based on national principles, which include the Constitution and understanding construction which does not exclude anyone from national partners. The statement added that the two sides stressed the need to stand at the papers presented pre-and post that dealt with identifying problems and developing solutions.
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