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Three parties form an alliance to confront "the risks that threaten the Kurds"
Sulaymaniyah / range Press
Three Kurdish parties announced on Thursday the formation of an alliance to confront "the risks that threaten the Kurds", and demanded to dissolve Operations Command the Tigris for being "unconstitutional", indicating that the formation of "a provocation to the people of Kurdistan."
The Secretary-General of the Social Democratic Party Mohammed Haj Mahmoud told a news conference, held in Sulaymaniyah and attended the long-Presse, said that "both the Social Democratic Party of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Communist Party and Kurdistan Toilers Party formed an alliance to confront the dangers facing the Kurdish people," adding that "We agree that the leadership Operations Tigris unconstitutional. "
Mahmoud added that the "Tigris forces constitute a provocation to the Kurdish people and trying to inflame the situation in Kirkuk."
The Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki, warned earlier in the day of the Peshmerga forces of "provocation" of the armed forces in the "mixed areas", calling at the same time his forces to exercise restraint in dealing with any "provocation" military, in what was described leader of the coalition of state law formation Peshmerga forces Hamrin "dangerous escalation."
The formation of the Tigris in the Operations Command last July also to more tension between the Iraqi army and the Peshmerga forces, especially with the entry of some Iraqi army units under the operational command of the Tigris into the city of Kirkuk and the establishment of a military parade where the end of the month of October last year.
The Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in (24 last October) that Kirkuk province's objections to the formation of the Tigris Operations Command is not based on legal grounds, while he stressed that the formation of the Operations Command is an organizational and administrative.
The Ministry of Defence announced in (3 July 2012), the formation of "Tigris Operations Command" headed by the commander of Diyala operations team Abdul Amir al-Zaidi to oversee the security file in the provinces of Diyala and Kirkuk.
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