Kurdistan Democratic Party: Political forces pressure the government to prevent the implementation of Article 140

Kurdistan Democratic Party: Political forces pressure the government to prevent the implementation of Article 140

2021-02-18 02:37

Kurdistan Democratic Party - Political forces pressure the government to prevent the implementation of Article 140Shafaq News / The deputy of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) bloc in the Iraqi parliament, Diyar Barwari, stressed today, Thursday, the need to normalize the situation in the disputed areas to preserve the security of the region and Iraq as a whole, indicating that there are political pressures to prevent the implementation of Article 140.

Barwari said, to Shafaq News, “The former Iraqi government and the current government do not have any real will in the issue of implementing Article 140 of the Iraqi constitution and normalizing the situation in the disputed areas, and this is all due to pressures that these governments are being exposed to by specific political parties, The aim of this pressure is to prevent any security and military coordination and cooperation between Baghdad and Erbil. ”

He pointed out that “there are serious and large security gaps in the disputed areas, and that is why the situation in these areas must be normalized, not by the way that they be managed exclusively by the Peshmerga forces, but rather there is a joint security administration between Baghdad and Erbil, as these gaps constitute a threat not to the region, but In all of Iraq, especially in areas that are subject to terrorist attacks, the terrorist organization ISIS exploits these loopholes in order to move.

The deputy of the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc in the Iraqi parliament concluded: To say that “the situation remains as it is currently without normalization in the disputed areas and a joint security administration between Baghdad and Erbil means continuing fear and concern about targeting the security of the region and Iraq in all its regions, especially these gaps constitute a threat to the security and stability of Iraq, and may open gaps in other more dangerous areas.” From the current “.

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