Editing date: 12/14/2020 15:00 • 80 times read
Head of State of Law Coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, stressed on Monday the need to solve problems between the center and the Kurdistan Region, and apply the constitution without selection, calling for intensifying efforts to approve the wealth distribution law.
The Media Office for State of Law stated, in a statement, that Al-Maliki received in his office in Baghdad, the Kurdistan Regional Government delegation headed by Vice President of the Regional Government Qubad Talabani, and the two sides discussed developments in the political and security situations in Iraq and the region, and the relationship between the federal government and the region.
Al-Maliki stressed, according to the statement, the need to solve the problems existing between Baghdad and Erbil, apply the principles of the constitution without selection from any party, and achieve the interests of the Iraqi people everywhere, expressing solidarity with the demands of the Kurdish people that are consistent with the legal and constitutional contexts.
Al-Maliki called on the political forces to intensify efforts and dialogues in order to agree on the approval of the law on the distribution of natural wealth in the House of Representatives.
The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Bashir Al-Haddad, confirmed earlier today that the Kurdistan Region has shown full readiness to implement its constitutional obligations towards the federal government, indicating that the negotiations between Baghdad and Erbil have led to a good convergence to resolve differences.
Al-Haddad said in a statement received by Shafaq News, that Kurdistan Region has expressed its full readiness to implement its constitutional obligations towards the federal government, in exchange for the latter’s respect for all its legal and constitutional obligations towards the region.
He stressed the importance of intensifying discussions and dialogues in order to resolve issues and issues in order to reach common understandings, converge visions on pending issues and overcome differences at this difficult stage, which requires everyone to make more efforts, efforts and joint cooperation.
Al-Haddad added that “negotiations are continuing so far, and the two parties are very close to the agreement and mutual understanding. We hope to reach practical solutions within the framework of a fair agreement between Erbil and Baghdad that is in the supreme national interest, and the two parties are bound to implement its provisions.” This comes within the framework of the round of meetings and negotiations held by the Kurdish delegation headed by Vice President of the Regional Government, Qubad Talabani, with the federal government.