Saadi accused Barzani fabricating a military conflict for political ends…
Saadi accused Barzani fabricating a military conflict for political ends and the Kurdistan threatens to take decisions to determine the fate of the Kurds
Tuesday November 20, 2012
Follow-up – and babysit – –
MP accused the coalition of state law, Kamal Saadi President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani of seeking to provoke a military conflict with the Iraqi army for political purposes and maintain grip on power in Kurdistan. While the Kurdistan Alliance threatened to take crucial decisions to determine the fate of the Kurds if current conditions persist.
Saadi denied that an Iraqi army be any intent to bypass or the attack on the Peshmerga forces. Adding that the factors of the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil basically go back to the mentality that the Kurdish control resolution as he put it.
The clashes erupted last Friday between the elements of the leadership of the Tigris and the members of the Personal Protection Kurdish east of the city of Tikrit, Salahuddin province, and these clashes resulted in killing one civilian and wounding a number of elements of the Tigris operations forces.
For his part, Kurdistan Alliance threatened to take crucial decisions to determine the fate of the Kurds if current conditions persist. He criticized the Alliance MP Hassan Jihad interview leaders of the coalition of state law Sami al-Askari and Izzat Shabandar on the Shiite alliance and the Kurdish describing opinion Profile, and continued that the Kurds to Eichervhm alliance with those who do not accomplish it for the Iraqi people, accusing the coalition of state law to raise sedition and fabricating crises to cover up corruption.
The central government formed on the first of September last “Command Tigris” taken from Kirkuk, north of Baghdad-based, to assume responsibility for security in Salahuddin and Diyala. “Stressing that the new leadership aimed to unify intelligence between security agencies of different in the provinces of Kirkuk, Salahuddin and Diyala contiguous. ”