Kurds Abadi wait around three months to achieve their demands

Kurds Abadi wait around three months to achieve their demands

Posted 09/09/2014 08:08 AM

Kurds Abadi wait around three months to achieve their demandsAbadi has pledged to work to resolve differences with the Kurdistan region of Iraq, stressing that his government is committed to resolving all outstanding issues with the government of the northern Kurdistan region.

But the government of Kurdistan strongly rejects export oil region across Iraqi institutions, and argues that he has the right to supervise the extraction and export of its oil abroad in accordance with the contracts signed by the foreign exporters, which is rejected by the central government strongly, until it reached its comes to lawsuits against the companies that buy oil region.

Despite these pledges launched by Abadi to the Kurds, but that the political parties of Kurdistan said after the meeting, which was held in the city of Sulaymaniyah, and it decided to participate in the new government: “The political leadership of the Kurdish and out of concern for the country out of the current impasse and the response to the appeal and appeals friends and partners in the political process, decided to participate in the new government, giving them a chance to check 3 months of its commitment towards the issues of the region. ”

The parties stipulated to the Kurdish government Abadi, that is during the three months, she said in a press statement, obtained “Elaph” the text, as follows:

First: to suspend the program proposal submitted by Haider Abadi and put to discussion included Miada to the concerted efforts and the success of the government and to prevent miscarriage and a dialogue between the participants in the government to rework the program within 3 months.

Second, to ensure justice in determining the share of the Kurds and the allocation of ministries commensurate with their role.

Third: the formation of a committee headed by the President of the Federal Cabinet and the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan region to discuss mechanisms to pay the region’s share of the budget during the week of the formation of the government and the launch of the region’s share of the months of the first to eighth in 2014.

Fourth: discuss the issue of oil and gas and the distribution of imports and address outstanding issues on oil and gas between the federal government and the province during 3 months.

Fifth: addressing controversial issues about Article 140 and the Peshmerga and facilities around the civil aviation .. and complete the construction of the federal state and taking into account the balance and separation of powers and independence and how to make decisions.

Sixth: initiate payment of dues to the region starting from the month of September / September

The Kurdish parties warned that the Kurdish leadership will act as it deems appropriate in the event of non-compliance identified in Palmdd clear threat to take unfriendly positions of the new government. Usually threatens regional president Massoud Barzani to resort to self-determination to determine the form of the relationship with the federal government in Baghdad.

The Kurds formed a post in the government is a big problem, where the Kurdish delegation headed from Baghdad to the city of Sulaymaniyah in the Kurdistan region Monday to meet with senior political officials there and discuss the issue.

The meeting was attended by Deputy Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs and Brett Macgork UN envoy in Iraq, Nikolay Mladenov. In the opening session of parliament was not Kurdish lawmakers, and the number 62 deputies, has received a final decision on their participation, and were waiting in a cafe, but they attended the parliament session for later.

It is known that unlike spins between the two governments in central Baghdad and Kurdistan in Irbil on a number of thorny issues, including the controversy over disputed areas and the vast wealth of oil and gas. Has worsened relations between the two sides significantly during the current year because of what it says Kurds payments late and not enough from Baghdad to the region, which led to a delay in payment of salaries of employees of the province eight months ago.