Editorial date: 2017/9/24 20:26 • 343 times read
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Council of Ministers for National Security, headed by the Prime Minister and the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Haider Abadi, in his meeting on Sunday several important decisions towards the Kurdistan region, which intends to hold a referendum on secession from Iraq on Monday.
“The Ministerial Council hailed the victories achieved by our heroine forces in the first stage of the liberation of Hawija, where more than 100 villages were liberated in the eastern areas of Al-Ashraq and areas north of the Lower Zab River and move on the second phase of liberation West of Kirkuk province “.
The statement added that “the referendum was held in the Kurdistan region. The council affirmed that the referendum is an unconstitutional exercise that jeopardizes the security and stability of the country. It is a unilateral action that does not express any sense of responsibility towards the partners. Which is sought by the government for the post-urging and the referendum is unconstitutional and therefore does not result in the consequences of any real impact, but leads to significant negative repercussions on the region in particular. ”
The Council also stressed that “the resolution of disputes can not be imposed by imposing a de facto policy by force, and the importance of not jumping over the constitution and overriding the interests and rights of the other partners in the country.”
“Unfortunately, some kind of mobilization of this non-constitutional practice has been observed, based on racist concepts, accusations, inciting negative emotions or accusing others of what is contrary to reality,” he said.
He pointed out that “the economic problem and the issue of salaries and the disruption of the parliament and the expulsion of ministers and political and security monopoly of certain parties are internal problems in the Kurdistan region and others are not responsible for them, including the policy of non-transparent and allegorical in dealing with national wealth.
“The government considers itself responsible for all matters related to the interests, security and well-being of citizens and to improve their situation in every inch of Iraq, including the interests and aspirations of Kurdish citizens in Iraq,” the cabinet said.
“The government is committed to the performance of all the constitutional duties entrusted to it, especially the defense of the unity and sovereignty of Iraq and the security and stability of its people by all means and mechanisms enshrined in the Constitution.”
“The Iraqi government confirms that it will not discuss or discuss the subject of the referendum and its unconstitutional results, and we call on everyone to return to the right path and take responsibility for the direction of Iraq in general and our people in Kurdistan in particular.”
“It is impossible to deny that corruption is the serious scourge that has harmed the interests of the Iraqi people, including the interests of our people in Kurdistan. Therefore, the fight against corruption by everyone, especially the federal government, is a matter of implementation.
He pointed out that “and considering that the border crossings are the ports of the federal government as well as oil is a wealth for all the Iraqi people according to the Iraqi constitution, the Iraqi government directed the Kurdistan region to hand over all border crossings, including airports to the authority of the federal government and requests neighboring countries and countries of the world to deal with the Iraqi government Federal and exclusively in the file ports and oil so that the Iraqi federal authorities at the ports regulate and facilitate the smooth flow of goods and people from and to the region.
The Ministerial Council also discussed the measures to be taken by the concerned parties, including the Iraqi money recovery team, to follow up the accounts of the Kurdistan region and the accounts of officials in the region who deposit the oil export money in their accounts, as well as the call of the prosecution to prosecute all state employees within the region who carry out the referendum procedures, . the
Ministerial Council for National security , he said in permanent session to follow up and deal with the consequences of the referendum in Alakulaim.anthy