UN calls for politicians to resolve outstanding issues through the Constitution
24/04/2012 m-3: 00 pm
The United Nations called Tuesday, politicians to use the Constitution to resolve outstanding issues, indicating that there is much work ahead to achieve the aspiration of the Iraqi people, the national coalition that the United Nations played a significant role in resolving the many political differences.
He said the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler press conference today, at the headquarters of the National Alliance deputies on the sidelines of a meeting with leadership Coalition Haider Abbadi said Iraqi political blocs to take the Constitution as the basis for resolving all outstanding issues and issues that have not been implemented ".
He added that "things Kobler subsisting and that possible to resolve through the Constitution Law of oil and gas", noting that "the issue of Kirkuk and were discussed during our meeting with its national coalition."
The Committee of the regions and the provinces in the House of representatives declared, in the 22 April 2012, the arrival of the proposed Act on elections to the Sejm in Kirkuk governorate, expected elections this year 2012.
Abbadi said that "the meeting discussed the most important issues related to the political process in Iraq, as well as a series of important laws before the House of representatives, in addition to some issues required constitutionally as the Federal Court and the Federal Council", pointing out that "the National Conference is a discussion and the need to attend all political blocs."
Abbadi said the "the United Nations played a significant role in resolving the many political differences, as well as elections in Kirkuk Governorate Council elections".
The Presidency of the Republic of Iraq, called for Sunday (22 April 2012), the Preparatory Committee for the National Conference to the meeting, Tuesday, (24 April 2012), in an attempt to resolve the political crisis in the country through dialogue
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