Presidency of the Kurdistan confirms that “al-Maliki” ended .. and not the province bordering Baghdad
Office of the Presidency of the Kurdistan confirms that “al-Maliki” ended .. and not the province bordering Baghdad
Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 12:28
BAGHDAD / News .. Baghdadi said President of the Presidium of the Kurdistan Region, Fouad Hussein, on Thursday, said Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki “has ended,” calling for the election of a new prime minister of the country, noting that Kurdistan does not adjoin Baghdad anymore.
He said Hussein, who is visiting Washington for consultations with officials in the Foreign Affairs and National Security Council, said in an interview I followed / Badadah News / “If I instead of Nuri al-Maliki went to parliament and apologized for not being able to manage the country and left.”
Hussein pointed to “the existence of a new state in Iraq is the” Islamic state “, stressing that” the Kurdistan does not adjoin Baghdad anymore, “adding,” we move the plane between Erbil and Baghdad as two different “.
He ruled Fouad “Iranian intervention in Iraq to fight the” Daash “in Sunni areas,” adding that they “will fight to protect Baghdad or Samarra, where shrines and not for the Liberation of Iraq.”
He called Hussein “the United States to open up to export oil from Kurdistan for the welfare of seven million people are now under the responsibility of the province.”
Said Fuad Hussein, if by “adenosis need to create a new political structure in Iraq,” the headquarters that “it is difficult to do so under current security conditions.”
Hussein said that “Iraq today without an army after the collapse of almost 80 percent of the troops and that Shiite militias are officially responsible for the security of Baghdad now.”
Peshmerga forces and managed to seize the disputed city of Kirkuk between Arbil and Baghdad, which includes a mix of the population of the Kurds, Arabs and Turkmen.
The head of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, had announced on Friday (06/27/2014), there was no need to Article 140 of the Constitution after the entry of the Peshmerga forces to the disputed areas, adding that the entry of Kurdish troops to these areas came after the withdrawal of the Iraqi army to prevent its downfall, however, terrorists, and pointed out that the Kurds endured 10 years to achieve Article 140 but to no avail. ended 21 / t