October 26, 2015
Baghdad/Iraq News Network legal expert said Tariq Harb, said Massoud Barzani, of the Kurdistan region was illegal, and that Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi has the right to intervene and said war in the press of his day: "the Prime Minister is authorized to intervene in accordance with article 78 of the Constitution of Iraq that is responsible for the entire State, including territory, article 78 of the Constitution stipulates that the Prime Minister is the direct Executive responsible for the State and has the right to take any action." he noted that "the presence of war, Barzani was unconstitutional and not For the duration of his judgement over ", indicating that" Massud Barzani, beneficiary of the Kurdish parties to stay in power more. "and saw the Kurdistan, Sulaymaniyah governorate, popular demonstrations evolved into violence and clashes with the security forces, to delay the disbursement of salaries and the continued Presidency of crisis territory, resulting in the casualties and injuries, with angry demonstrators attacked the headquarters of several opposition parties, including dividendOf the KDP, led by Massoud Barzani, the region's President, in Sulaimaniya and crisis after authorities intercepted in Erbil on 12 month parade Kurdistan Parliament President Yusuf Mohammed [of change] checkpoint [Alton bridge] and prevented entry into Arbil, while isolating the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, nechirvan Barzani, on the same day, four Ministers from the MDC, as reported Wednesday the past, The rest of the parties, and the Kurdish parties participating in the Government and Parliament of the territory must cooperate for the election of a new President of the Parliament, and then allow the current Parliament President Yusuf Mohammed back to Erbil City. it is noted that, the legal expert, Tariq Harb, between last week, that article 109 of the Constitution, applicable to the territory of the developments, noting that the article allows the Federal Government to intervene and take action to address the situation.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]