Talabani’s party describes Barzani’s remarks on Article “140 as “emotional” and “unilateral”

Talabani’s party describes Barzani’s remarks on Article “140 as “emotional” and “unilateral”


talIt seems that the position of Massoud Barzani, head of the province Chrisdtan, Article 140 did not obtain satisfaction of all Kurdish political forces, even his ally Alstraetj Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, headed by Jalal Talabani, who represents the majority of the Kurds in Kirkuk province, according to the results of the elections of the Iraqi parliament in April last year, has had a different position As announced by Barzani.

In which he criticized a member of the provincial council in Kirkuk, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) Ahmed Barzani military position of Article 140, and considered it a unilateral stance.

The military said in an interview with “Wi-News,” that “such a decision needs to be his collective of all Kurdish parties, not one party, and must examine the situation closely before announcing the position,” stressing the “lack of decision-making from the standpoint of emotional.”

He pointed out that “the Kurds are still linked to the central government according to the constitution, and should not bow to political other country in the region buy from us Therwanta natural” in reference to Turkey and its influence on the decisions of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, headed by Barzani.

It consists of Article 140, of the three paragraphs and states to normalize and then conduct a census, and a referendum on the determination in areas Almntazaa it as the last stage, but so far have crossed the stage of normalization advanced stages, the rest of the steps have not been implemented yet.

And political analyst who specializes in affairs of the disputed areas, and a nice light Faraj, that “message launched by Barzani on Article 140 did not come up with something new and were not clear, and will be followed by political convulsions.”

Faraj said in an interview with “Wi-News”, that “theoretically not implemented Article 140 should be on the inhabitants of the disputed areas to decide the fate of their areas.”

Barzani had two days after losing the Peshmerga forces in the city of Kirkuk, a bomb blew up a political about Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution, which has long been the subject of dispute between Arbil and Baghdad.

Barzani revealed, that the Kurds were not after 2003 are in doubt of Kurdistan disputed areas when they put in the framework of Article 140 of the constitution, but they want to solve the problem for the peaceful way.

He accused Barzani in his statement the Iraqi government of failing to honor the implementation of Article 140 after ten years.

Barzani said, “It is not necessary to talk about Article 140 or question Bashinh I are committed to holding a referendum on the fate of those areas.”

However, he, however, in a press statement issued yesterday from the office.

This statement produced a major political controversy in the Kurdistan region on Article 140 and the fate of disputed areas and ownership after the expiration article theoretically in late 2011 as stated in the constitution.

A member of the Iraqi parliament from the Kurdistan Alliance List, one representative from the city of Kirkuk Sirwan Ahmed said in an interview with “Wi-News”, that “it was necessary to step Kurds this step Mundoamd and is not now about the ownership of the disputed areas,” pointing out that ” the opportunity created by the day, you should Atmar, and that they have passed will not be repeated even after a hundred years. ”

Question the most prominent at the moment with the Kurds, both within the Kurdistan region or in areas disputed is whether Article 140 has been implemented and realistic after filling the security vacuum to the contested areas in both Kirkuk and Salahuddin, Nineveh and Diyala by the Peshmerga forces after the withdrawal of the Iraqi army where?, or that it is too early to acknowledge the Kurds ownership of those areas in light of the deteriorating security and political situation prevailing in Iraq, and the possibility of opposition from some neighboring countries to bring those areas into Kurdistan Region?.