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Maliki’s visit to Kurdistan will speed up the formation of the government and gave assurances that the application of Article 140

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Maliki’s visit to Kurdistan will speed up the formation of the government and gave assurances that the application of Article 140

Post  Shilo on Mon Aug 09, 2010 12:06 pm

Maliki’s visit to Kurdistan will speed up the formation of the government and gave assurances that the application of Article 140

August 9, 2010

Alsumaria News / Baghdad

The deputy from the Kurdistan Alliance Mohsen al-Sadoun, Monday, that the visit of the leader of a coalition of law and the Prime Minister’s outgoing Nuri al-Maliki to the Kurdistan region of Iraq, on Sunday, was positive and will accelerate in the formation of the Iraqi government, noting at the same time that the visit gave a clear confirmation of the application of Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution.

Sadoun said in an interview with “Alsumaria News” that “the leader of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki at the center of an important episode in the government formation, the meeting with Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani, was important and would help to expedite the formation of the Iraqi government” and predicted that “the results of these visit is important and positive on the course of the political process in Baghdad. ”

The leader of the coalition, the rule of law and Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki met, on Sunday, with the head of Iraq’s Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani in Irbil and discussed the crisis in the formation of the government, said Barzani told a news conference after the meeting with Maliki the absence of veto Kurdish Maliki’s nomination for a second term.

He added that al-Sadoun, “Maliki’s visit to the Kurdistan region at this time will help solve the many complexities witnessed by the political process during the last period,” noting that “Maliki’s visit comes as part of Kurdistan, the vast movements of the political blocs to accelerate the formation of the government.”

And accelerated the pace of negotiations between the coalition rule of law, the Iraqi and the Kurdish coalition and the Iraqi National Coalition and Iraqi forces on the one hand shortly after the submission of the proposal of American power-sharing between Iraq and Maliki’s coalition, with the re-launch a U.S. initiative for the sharing of power between the coalition rule of law and Iraqi forces, provides the survival of Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, in office for a second term, giving the head of the Political Council for National Security for the Iraqi leader Ayad Allawi’s list and positions of the sovereign task of the list to add to the Presidency of the parliament, with the exclusion of the National Coalition Government of the squad, especially the Sadrists.

He noted the deputy in the Kurdistan Alliance that “the standing of Maliki, containing the need to apply the terms of the Iraqi constitution was welcomed by the Kurds,” noting that “the demands of the Kurds in the program of political and ministerial of the next government stresses the need to apply the provisions of the constitution and his faith in the federal system in Iraq.”

He stressed that the visit of Saadoun al-Maliki gave “a clear confirmation of the importance of the application of Article 140 of the constitution and not to delay the census of population, as well as approval Arabization of Kirkuk during Saddam Hussein’s regime.”

The Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki said in a joint news conference with Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani after meeting in Arbil on Sunday that Article 140 constitutional article will not stop its implementation can not anyone stop it, pointing at the same time, the State Commission in charge of implementing this article done a lot of work during the past years.

Appear to shift implicit in Maliki’s position on Article 140 of disputed areas in Kirkuk after-action impeding the implementation of article also accused him of some Kurdish leaders over the past years, and comes Maliki’s position in line with the American and the United Nations calling for action to apply the situation in Kirkuk and disputed, as they are the most important problems facing Iraq after the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq by end of 2011, and he represents a preliminary approval from Maliki, the demands of the Kurds over the formation of the Government, which has rejected the Iraqi List, which includes most of the representatives of the Arabs in Kirkuk, especially in the absence of an alternative project to list only the demand to abolish the article.

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