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    Kurdistan Region Presidency: Maliki and its Kurds are doomed to the dustbin of history




    30/5/2017 17: 57 PM


    Baghdad / Sky Press:

    Vice President Nuri al-Maliki has "surpassed" the rights of the people of Kurdistan, the President of the Territory and he allowed himself to analyze the events "according to his temperament," adding that Maliki and his Kurd were doomed to the "dustbin of history," he said.

    "Maliki used to fight the people of Kurdistan as part of the retaliatory campaign," said Sabah, in a statement brought to his attention by Sky Press. He and his followers are out of our interests. "

    "Maliki does not shy from talking despite causing a security breakdown in Iraq, and it would have been better to end his life or hide in front of the people's eyes," Sabah said Iraq has caused the country to be included among the most corrupt countries, using half of Iraq's budget for corruption and the second half in the country's devastation.

    "We inform the Maliki through this statement that the field is open, try to test itself, the Kurds have defeated more powerful enemies," the spokesman said, stressing that "the independence of the people of Kurdistan is an inherent right, not a question for discussion and for Maliki's talk, he must know that the Kurds are uniting behind the cause of independence and if they want to bet and play on the weakness of the will of some Kurds, let us be reassured that their fate and the fate of their Kurds are a dustbin of history

    In a dialogue with the Lebanese daily Al-Akhbar, Nuri al-Maliki said that the Kurdistan region had become "an Israeli spy", adding that the territory's President Massoud Barzani should be deterred by "force if necessary".

    Maliki described the domestic policy of the Barzani as "violent, individualization and lacking any legal cover", noting that "Barzani governs Kurdistan in the way of former Kurdish clan elders and the Agawat."

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