Sahlani: Kurdish delegation is trying to persuade the government to waive the referendum in exchange for the application of Article 140


 

Political

Since 2017-08-15 at 11:03 (Baghdad time)

Baghdad Mawazine News

Parliamentarian Helal al-Sahlani revealed on Tuesday the Kurdish political delegation’s attempt to persuade the central government to waive the proposed referendum in areas outside the borders of Kurdistan, in exchange for guarantees and guarantees for the implementation of Article 140. He warns of an international, regional and local conflict.

“The Kurdish delegation is trying to convince the central government that it is possible to waive the draft referendum in areas outside the borders of Kurdistan, in exchange for taking guarantees and guarantees to implement Article 140 of the disputed areas, including Kirkuk,” Sahlani said in a statement received by Mawazine News.

“There is no explicit provision in the Iraqi constitution that speaks of the referendum and the right to self-determination. Neighboring countries oppose the referendum and the independence of Kurdistan,” he said.

He explained that “Article 8 of the Electoral Commission in Kurdistan, obliges the Territory to appoint polling station staff representatives of political entities contrary to international standards.”

The Sahlani, that “in the event of the Kurds insist on holding the referendum, especially in the disputed areas, including Kirkuk, there will be an international conflict, regional and local.”

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