Kurdistan Alliance: there is no point in negotiating with al-Maliki

Kurdistan Alliance: there is no point in negotiating with al-Maliki

Published 01/12/2012 08:39 AM

BAGHDAD – “arenas of Liberation”
Deputy head of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Mohsen al-Sadoun said alliance came to the conclusion that “negotiating with al-Maliki would be futile him Tanslh the implementation of previous agreements not only with the region but with the Iraqi List, and even the Sadrist movement.”

Sadoun pointed out that “some parties of the National Alliance have begun to realize that al-Maliki and his coalition, leading the country into the unknown,” expressing his belief that the political arena will see in the next few days “surprises in terms of alliances current, in the event of continuing the current crisis and Maliki’s insistence on his intransigent.”
For his part, ruled out independent MP, a member of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman settle the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil: “In light of the threat of resorting to a military solution to resolve the political dispute, and this is unjustified escalation” and called on all parties to “adopt dialogue to serve the national interests.”

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