An Iraqi legal expert said on Saturday that Baghdad’s delay in reaching an agreement with Erbil on the outstanding issues between the two sides would harm Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, pointing out that the latter manipulates the time in dealing with Arbil.
Iraqi legal expert Tariq Harb told Basnews that “some of the problems between Erbil and Baghdad have changed from legal to political, with Baghdad breaking the constitution.”
As for delaying and delaying the implementation of the decision to lift the air embargo on international flights to and from the airports of the Kurdistan Region and the failure to spend Baghdad salaries and dues of employees of the Kurdistan Region financial, the Iraqi legal expert accused the Iraqi government negligence in the implementation of the decisions, “it was the best to implement it before now,” said Tarek Harb .
As the war, to shift the subject of salaries of employees of Kurdistan and other problems outstanding between Arbil and Baghdad to political and electoral issues, and is no longer legal.Stressing that the Iraqi prime minister is responsible for that “he (Abadi) playing time in the issue of its solution and in the end will end with his loss.”
Baghdad has cut the share of the Kurdistan region of the budget and salaries of staff in the region since 2014, and since taking over the post of prime minister in succession to Nuri al-Maliki, Haider Abadi continued to follow the example of his predecessor.
A deputy for the Kurdistan National Union bloc in the Iraqi parliament criticized Tuesday strongly the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi for failing to fulfill his promises to pay the salaries of employees in the Kurdistan Region, describing him as “the most political figure engaged in deception and lying” throughout the political history in Iraq.
MP Bakhtiar Shaways, said in a press statement amidst a crowd of teachers and teachers protesting in Sulaymaniyah who had gathered before the Iraqi parliament in the city to protest against the failure of Abadi to send their salaries, directing his words to Abadi “I tell the Prime Minister Haider Abadi that there is no The political history of Iraq has passed through someone who is not sincere in carrying out his promises like you. “
Baghdad has imposed a number of punitive measures on the territory of Kurdistan in the wake of the referendum of self-determination, which enjoyed the support of an absolute majority of the Kurds, including the prohibition of international flights from airports in Kurdistan.