Minister Kurds will not attend the Cabinet meeting tomorrow
Ali Aldhargam - 03/18/2013 - 10:19 pm | Hits: 270
Kurdistan Alliance announced not to attend his ministers to the Cabinet meeting scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday.
The MP said the coalition Mehdi Haji told all of Iraq [where] "The ministers belonging to the Kurdistan Alliance will not attend the meeting of the Council of Ministers and will continue to boycott him."
"The boycott decision taken by the presidency of the region that were recalled for consultation on options for the Kurdistan Alliance."
Kurdish forces have warned at the end of a meeting chaired by the president of the region, Massoud Barzani of the collapse of the political process and expressed its rejection of the policy followed in Baghdad, keeping all options open for a meeting to be held later.
The communiqué issued by the Presidency of the Kurdistan region after the meeting this afternoon the invitation of the President of Kurdistan, held Kurdish forces, its second meeting to discuss the developments and contacts that have been made at the level of the general political situation, and its impact on the relationship between the province and the federal government, and reactions policy that led to the current situation , contrary to consensus and partnership agreements that laid the foundations of the democratic political process after dropping the previous dictatorial regime. "
and added, "has been trading and exchange of views between the participants in the meeting about how to deal with risks that are increasing, and expressed his rejection of the policy in Baghdad, and which, in the event of continuity, to the collapse of the entire political process, as a result of lack of commitment to the principle of consensus and partnership and the Constitution, and exceeded all rules and political consensus and understandings that were the basis of building the new Iraq. "
It was agreed according to the statement to keep the meeting open and continue to consult to crystallize the desired options, that will continue to interact with all those involved in the Iraqi issue and its surroundings from the risks and challenges.
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