United Nations reiterates its commitment to providing support to resolve the issue of Kirkuk and the holding of elections to maintain
Sunday April 1, 2012
Follow-up – and babysit –the United Nations confirmed on Sunday, its commitment to resolve differences and convergence of views between the components of the province of Kirkuk, Kirkuk called upon the Government on its part to resolve outstanding differences and the provincial council elections. The representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler at a… press conference in the building of the province of Kirkuk, “The United Nations is committed to providing support, advice and convergence of views between all the political groups in accordance with the principles of dialogue and consensus, balance and justice.”
The Kubler that he “discussed a number of issues with the governor of Kirkuk, Najm al-Din Omar Karim, President of the Council Hassan Turan and the deputy governor of Kirkuk, Rakan Said, including the election of the Council of the province of Kirkuk,” asserting that “the solution to the issues disputed Stzll obstacles in the face of local elections to maintain” .
For his part, Governor of Kirkuk, Najm al-Din Omar Karim “The elections in Kirkuk will enhance the democratic process in the province and management plans in carrying out its tasks in the implementation of projects,” calling for “unity of effort of all to provide better services to the people of Kirkuk, particularly as it is experiencing a renaissance in construction.”
He stressed the governor of Kirkuk on the importance of access to “local elections strengthened the democratic process in Iraq and strengthen the management plans in carrying out its tasks in the implementation of projects and the transfer of the province to stage a more prosperous and sophisticated harmony between all the components based on trust and joint action among all the people of the province.”
He pointed out cream that “the security situation in Kirkuk, moving toward the improvement contribution of the security forces and the cooperation of the citizens of the province and their desire to promote security and stability and the consolidation of human rights principles and the requirements of decent living through service projects taking place in the province in the field of water, health and education, which will be transferred to maintain an advanced stage.”
Was the formation of the provincial council in Kirkuk after the fall of the former regime in April of 2003, representatives of the four main ethnic groups in Kirkuk, taking into account the status of compliance for the organization of things to maintain and fill the void where the administrative and legislative.
The Council completed its first session with the completion of the electoral process that took place on the thirtieth of January 2005, which included voting for the election of the Transitional National Assembly as well as voting for provincial elections across the country.