Kurdistan intersection of Baghdad and al-Maliki to refuse to attend Parliament
2/4/2013 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add Comment - News Views: 103 -
Erbil: Shirzad Shaikhani
escalated the political crisis in Iraq to intervene in a new tunnel to declare the presidency Kurdistan region, yesterday, its boycott of Baghdad.
ministers and deputies Kurds have hung their participation to the Council of Ministers and Representatives of federal, several days ago, and decided a meeting chaired by Massoud Barzani, president of the region yesterday, continue in a comment post Minister Kurds in government and their deputies in the Iraqi parliament pending submission (the Shiite alliance) concessions required from the leadership of Kurdistan.
in communication terse third meeting which was chaired by Barzani, yesterday, with the two blocs ministerial and parliamentary elections, endorsed presidency of the region boycott to protest the attitudes President Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his bloc (state law) and (Shiite alliance) of the current political crisis. According to the author, «The meeting decided, after discussing the developments of the situation and developments, sending a message to the (National Alliance), include confirmed in his directives previous commitment to the protection of the Constitution and devote the values of partnership and balance and national consensus, and in the case of failure to take practical steps and procedural, the Kurdish leadership , will resort to making choices appropriate ».
Speaking «Middle East», said a spokesman for «Kurdistan Alliance», supporter Ok, that «presidency of the region formed a committee to write a letter containing all the demands to be met by the Shiite alliance and his government».
so did Maliki to attend Parliament yesterday to answer questions about the lawlessness in the country. With ills close to him not attending not wish to reveal confidential information, the Parliament Speaker «Tuadh» b «action» If you do not attend next week.
According to deputies from the State of Law coalition led by al-Maliki, the latter «He did not want to come to the parliament for having confidential information does not want shared in front of their MPs accused of terrorism and arrest warrants issued against them, fearing that they leaking to illegal armed groups.
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