Presidency of the Kurdistan region: ongoing dialogues do not intersect with the national meeting

20/05/2012 14:14

Baghdad, May 20 / May (Rn) - The Presidency of the Kurdistan region of Iraq on Sunday that political dialogues that took place in Erbil, Najaf and the current does not intersect with the national meeting, which called him President Jalal Talabani, to end the current crisis.

The representatives of Iraqi political blocs and the Kurdistan Alliance and the National Alliance, some parties have held a meeting yesterday at the home of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, and agreed to walk to the draft national democratic did not disclose details.
And gave the four leaders are Moqtada al-Sadr and Iyad Allawi and Osama Najafi al-Maliki and Massoud Barzani 15 a day to meet the demands of reform or to resort to withdraw his confidence.

A spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government Presidency of Omid morning, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the meeting which was held in Erbil, Najaf and meeting the ongoing political dialogues ... all of which are in the solutions to the political crisis."

Omid said that "the national meeting that was supposed to take place months before the holidays through the Preparatory Committee, so it did not hold consultations for the purpose out of the political crisis."

Talabani and the face of a letter to all political forces two days ago and is the fruit of his efforts during the last period, which included eight points to resolve the ongoing political crisis did not contain signals of no confidence by al-Maliki.

The most prominent of what is stated in a letter Talabani's call to halt mutual media campaigns and non-convulsive rhetoric and adopt constructive dialogue aimed at establishing and strengthening the participants and not to expand and deepen the differences.

He called on Talabani in his open letter to the adoption of the Constitution invoked as a reference to it and respect its provisions and a commitment to the agreements made on the basis of the Government of the current partnership agreement, including Arbil in 2010.

Talabani also stressed the commitment and adherence to the fundamental principle upon which the current government, a principle of true partnership in the management of power and responsibility.

Talabani's message included emphasis on the referral of cases for determining the service cycles of senior officials in the state to the House of Representatives to consider the proposals on them within the framework of the Constitution.