BAGHDAD - World
Revealed Khalid al-Attiyah, the head of the negotiating delegation in Erbil upon his return at the end of intensive negotiations with the presidency of the Iraqi Kurdistan region to Baghdad, that the meeting with Kurdish leaders was positive, indicating that the meeting stressed the need to open the doors of dialogue parties.
Whereas, research Ibrahim Jaafari, head of the National Alliance, with Osama Najafi, Chairman of the Board of Representatives, the political process and ways to alleviate the current crisis and to strengthen the relationship between political entities, stressed the need for the legislation of laws that serve the citizen.
While confirming the Liberal bloc that represents the Sadrist movement in the House of Representatives, it had requested from the National Alliance to form a committee negotiate the rest of the blocks to resolve disputes and outstanding issues taking place in the political process in the country.
Attiyah said the agency "obelisk" on his return to Baghdad on Wednesday, said that "the meeting with the leaders of the Kurdistan Alliance was positive," explaining that "the conferees stressed the need to open the dialog APOP to reach an agreement to resolve outstanding issues between the two sides."
Attiyah stressed that "the rupture does not serve the political process and not serve Iraq at the moment."
He added that "will be briefed Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of the National oath Ibrahim al-Jaafari on details of meetings with Kurdish leaders."
A source revealed, Wednesday, that the delegation of the National Alliance arrived in the city of Arbil and a contract with Massoud Barzani, president of Iraq's Kurdistan region expanded meeting, pointing out that the meeting was devoted to discuss constitutional issues only.
The delegation of the National Alliance includes, in addition to Al-Attiyah Hadi al-Amiri and Tarek Najm.
Mahmoud Othman, was the leader of the Kurdistan Alliance MP had guessed, on Wednesday, the Kurdish forces had delivered the delegation of the National Alliance, who visited Arbil, related prepared Kurdistan message political differences in the country.
On the other hand, Jaafari said in a statement issued after a meeting in his office in Baghdad, Osama Nujaifi Parliament Speaker, and received "the world," a copy of it on Wednesday, he "During the meeting, the political process and updates and to examine ways to ease the current crisis and strengthen the relationship that linking political entities to preserve the national gains. "
Jaafari said he "was also strengthening the bonds of unity between the various components of the community."
The two sides, according to the statement, "the need to make national priorities in the foreground and a focus on the legislation of laws that serve the interests of citizens."
, Said Bahaa al-Araji head of the Liberal parliamentary press conference held in the House of Representatives and followed "the world" on Wednesday, said his bloc "asked the National Alliance to form a committee comprising all components of the alliance to negotiate with other political blocs to resolve the current crisis."
Araji said that "there are those who say that the Sadrists incision or too difficult for the National Alliance, and this is something that does not exist, but that the Sadrist movement is working on the calendar of the National Alliance," noting that "silence on the uniqueness in the decision-making will lead to problems."
He went on to say that "the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to the President of the National Alliance Ibrahim Jaafari and clear, and focused on the need to preserve the unity of the National Alliance, and Iraq."
Araji said that "the message also stressed the need to be the work of the National Alliance evenly among all its components, but no difference between any other block."
The Muqtada al-Sadr cleric has called, yesterday Tuesday, in a letter sent to the President of the National Alliance Ibrahim Jaafari coalition to exercise "role fatherly" to embrace all political parties, stressing the need to confront terrorism and financial corruption and الادراي in state institutions and departments.
Boycotting the Congress and Mase Kurdistan Alliance and other Kurdish forces sessions of the House of Representatives and the minister in a vote on the current year's budget without compatibility with the Kurdish parties.
The ministers ended the Liberal bloc that represents the Sadrist boycott, yesterday, the Council of Ministers after accepting the demands of their leader Moqtada al-Sadr, and that the most prominent of canceling the decision to postpone local elections in the provinces of Nineveh and Anbar, and speed up the adoption of the rules of procedure of the Council of Ministers.
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