Kurdistan Alliance accuses al-Maliki to “veto” agreement with Talabani and “breach” calm

Kurdistan Alliance accuses al-Maliki to “veto” agreement with Talabani and “breach” calm

12/31/2012

Palm – accused the Kurdistan Alliance, on Monday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to “veto” agreement with the President of the Republic and the breach of the truce agreement, considering accusing the territory of trying to divide Iraq with the help of Turkey “counterfactual”.

The vice president of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Mohsen Saadoun told media that the accusations Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for the Kurdistan region of trying to divide Iraq with the help of Turkey is incorrect and contrary to reality, stressing that the region is part of Iraq and fought for liberation from the former regime.

Saadoun pointed out that the province did not ask for the division of Iraq do not support this idea, but demanded a federal Iraq and in accordance with the federal constitution, calling for al-Maliki to reconsider Bssayasth with others and the rights of Iraqis.

Saadoun considered that the aim of these accusations divert attention from the failure of government to provide services to citizens, accusing al-Maliki to veto agreement with President Jalal Talabani and breach of the truce agreement and begin hyping media Media.

The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki accused, in a media interview earlier Turkey of trying to divide Iraq through miserable deals with the Kurdistan region, adding that the Turkish intervention would open the door to enter other countries, confirmed that it had requested a non-objection of the Turkmen on Kirkuk to be a Kurdish city.

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