Hasnawi: Kurds meeting with Maliki was to settle the financial matters and the outstanding problems will remain until the end of the life of the government

Posted by on Oct 27, 2013 | Leave a Comment

MP for the Liberal bloc Jawad al-Hasnawi said al-Maliki’s visit to the Kurdistan region came for the settlement of financial matters and not to resolve the outstanding problems between the center and the region.

Hasnawi said in a statement, “Firat” said Wednesday that “the meeting, which took place between Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani does not work and does not solve the problem of the outstanding problems between the two sides.”

And held in the office of the President of the Supreme Islamic Iraqi in Baghdad, in the first of June now, and invite the blessing of al-Hakim meeting symbolic of the political blocs and national figures and fired Mr. Hakim where word of honor, and yielded the meeting for reconciliation between Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi spasm after a break that lasted more than four months.

In the framework of the foregoing calm and openness and the demise of the tension and the tension between the country’s leaders and politicians Cabinet held under the chairmanship of President Nuri al-Maliki on Sunday its past in the province of Erbil in the Kurdistan region.

He met Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after a break and spasm, President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani and met and held a press conference after the meeting stressed the resorting to the Constitution to resolve outstanding issues.

Hasnawi added that “the problems between Baghdad and Erbil will remain until the end of the age of the current government because the prime minister does not abide by the promises and resolutions that travels,” pointing out that “the policy of exclusion partner, followed by al-Maliki do not work with each of the blocks.”

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