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Posted 18/03/2012 03:52 AM
Baghdad: Kurdish lawmaker described as being in the political process to "a dangerous and sensitive stage," said the differences have reached advanced stages is difficult to control. In his view, that "no confidence" has reached its peak. Does marks this speech state close to the "explosion", especially that the political blocs is about to face "an Arab summit," and a national meeting is not known whether held or not ... Are these perceptions related to the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil or full poles of the political process? . MP for the State of Law coalition Ihsan al-Awadi, counting the statements made by a spokesman for the Kurdistan Alliance bloc pro-Tayeb is justified, and not realistic. He said in an exclusive interview with (East), "The current political climate is the opposite of what good MP imagined between the National Alliance and the Iraqi List, it is a good atmosphere and there are ongoing meetings and negotiations has gone well to resolve outstanding problems." Awadi said, "We now need a calm, non-convulsive release statements by everyone, and the need to deport political differences until after the Arab summit in Baghdad, and seek all the political blocs cemented to the front and make it work." And al-Awadi, "There are differences between some of the provinces and the central government, not only between the Kurdistan region and the government tainted by Blur and transgression of the law by the province, but it is inappropriate to put these problems at this time, and prefer to postpone raised until after the Arab summit." He said, "It wants the success of the Arab Summit to be held in Baghdad and return Iraq to the Arab, he should try hard to unite and unify the political discourse and the rejection of political differences and postpone the solution to enable the Government to receive the Arab delegations participating in the summit and make it work." Al-Awadi said that "there may be political parties seeking to thwart the Arab summit does not want Iraq to develop its relations with Arab countries and return to normal Arab and regional levels for political ends and narrow interests." And confirmed in the Kurdistan Alliance MP Ala Talabani that the only mechanism to resolve the internal problems are the National Congress. The MP said in a telephone conversation with (East) "to permit the Attorney pro-Tayyib, who described the political process as going through a dangerous and sensitive but is a personal opinion it does not represent the Kurdistan Alliance, pointing out there are problems and internal disputes in the political process is not new, but can be solved through dialogue" . The MP added, "There was a consensus of the political blocs to the success of the Arab Summit to be held in Baghdad." Wished "that do not affect the internal political differences in the summit." Talabani and showed at the end of her statement to (the East) "There is no problem to hold national meeting before the summit and beyond, but what is important is coming up with positive results and solutions to satisfy the political parties." As MP for the Iraqi List, Salem Daly "that Iraq heading towards Send a message to the Arab League to intervene in solving the problems of Iraq's internal, especially after reaching the Iraqi impasse with the state law, which bear all the problems occurring." Said Daly in a statement (the East ) "The political process is moving towards the escalation of crises, especially after the agreement was ignored Arbil, and not to complete the application of its provisions which are the basis for the formation of the government." Daly added, "The Brothers of the National Alliance is excited to hold a national conference, and this is what we saw at the meeting of the Preparatory Committee, which was attended by all of Adnan al-Janabi of the Iraqi and Nuri Shaways of Kurdistan and Khalid al-Attiyah of the National Alliance." And Daly, "The crisis taking place in the political process is not limited to the Kurdistan Alliance, but with partners in the political process such as the list of Iraq, which made a lot of concessions to form a government, but met with Balinkran of state law." Asserting that "the uniqueness of the rule of law and authority and the decision not to follow the style of a true partnership in political action." Daly said that "the Iraqi List, will tend towards the formation of new alliances, or configure the opposition front in the absence of a solution to the crises taking place and not listening to the rule of law, political partners."
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