Policy 2018/08/29 23:38 1350 Editor: mst
Baghdad today _ Baghdad
The alliance of Saron, supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, support for the legitimate demands of the Kurds in accordance with the law and the Constitution, pledging not to compromise on the unity of Iraq.
“Negotiations with all political parties on the prime minister are not done on the basis of quotas, but in accordance with the political and government program for the next stage,” said the leader of the alliance, Ayman al-Shammari, in an exclusive interview with Baghdad today.
Al-Shammari added that “the four-party delegation that visited the Kurdistan region is part of the decisions of the conference which was held a few days ago at the Babylon Hotel, which states that all the parties allied with others seek to negotiate with the other blocs to win the national project and strengthen the largest parliamentary bloc to be strong “Noting that” dialogues continue to increase the number of seats in the largest bloc on the approach of technocrats. ”
He continued, “The Kurds in all previous governments have had the conditions and demands of some of them are achieved and others have not been achieved for violating the Constitution,” pointing out that “they believe that the Kurdistan region has legitimate demands in light of the failure of previous governments.”
He stressed the leadership of the alliance of Sadr, that “going with the Kurds in the constitutional and legal demands, and will not agree with the Kurds at the expense of other components will not compromise on the unity of Iraq.”
The Prime Minister Haider Abadi, has confirmed on Monday, August 27, 2018, the lack of any bargaining with the Kurds on Kirkuk in return for joining the alliance to form the fourth largest bloc.
“There is no discussion of the issue of Kirkuk with the Kurds in return for joining the four-party alliance to form the largest bloc,” Abadi said in a response to a question during a meeting with the deputies of the list of the victory coalition and a group of political analysts.
Abadi stressed that “he told Barzani that it is not possible to open a discussion on the file of Kirkuk,” noting that “Alliances must be conducted between the political parties as partners without making concessions.”
The political parties have accused, earlier, political parties to prepare for a deal with the Kurds to allow the Peshmerga to return to Kirkuk and restore conditions before the imposition of security, in return for the Kurds to join the largest bloc, which seeks to achieve two axes, one includes a coalition of state law and coalition Al-Fath, and the second includes both (Suron – victory – wisdom – national).
The lists that led the legislative elections seek to attract the rest of the parties in an effort to form the largest bloc in preparation for nominating a candidate for the presidency of the next government, especially after the announcement of the Federal Supreme Court, Sunday (19 August 2018), its ratification of the final results of the elections of the House of Representatives, From the Independent High Electoral Commission, and the call of President Fuad Masum new parliament to convene on the third of September.