Maliki in a meeting with Jaafari: Article 140 dream difficult to achieve!!

Maliki in a meeting with Jaafari: Article 140 dream difficult to achieve!!

Date: Saturday 17/11/2012 01:14 pm

BAGHDAD – Alaa Mousa

Swarm close to the leader of the National Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari, some of which took place in the meeting, which gathered recently to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki,

A source close to the secretary-Jaafari in an exclusive interview that Jaafari, Maliki’s request the implementation of the promises that had previously approved in a reference to the Convention on Arbil,

He added that the Prime Minister regarded the implementation of Article 140 and private areas withheld is elusive Kurdish It is like a dream, and described the declaration of a Kurdish state “dream”.

The committee Peshmerga in Kurdistan regional parliament accused, in (July 22, 2012), the Federal Government to “repudiate the arming guards region for political reasons,” arguing that it “escaped” from its obligations constitutional towards national force contributed actively in the “passing of dictatorship.”

The Ministry of Peshmerga in Kurdistan region of Iraq, in the (July 16, 2012), that there is an earlier agreement with Baghdad spends arming forces Territory level than in the center, while denied the existence of objections to arming the Iraqi army, pointing out that the Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani demanded that This is done in accordance with Articles 9 and 61 of the Iraqi Constitution.

The ministry also (July 18, 2012), that the Government of the Territory will have to sign a contract for arms in the event of failure of the central government for arming the Peshmerga forces, and noted that the outstanding problems between Erbil and Baghdad threatens to “high risk”, also expressed fears of re-army officers Previous Baath party for the service.

Relations between Baghdad and Erbil experiencing chronic crisis worsened months ago when the President of Iraqi Kurdistan Massoud Barzani, barbs and violent to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, included charges of “dictatorship”, before joining the efforts to withdraw confidence from the Maliki, in cooperation with the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi and the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr and a group of independent MPs, and then decline of the movement from its position recently, The origin of the ancient dispute renewed between the governments in Baghdad and Erbil to oil contracts concluded by the region, which Baghdad deems illegal, while he says the region they are based on Iraqi constitution and bilateral agreements with the federal government.