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Baghdad – IQ
The head of the State of Law coalition, Nouri al-Maliki, confirmed, Monday (February 1, 2021), to the Vice President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Qubad Talabani, that the talks between Baghdad and Erbil cannot be resolved without the approval of a national law that guarantees the equitable distribution of natural wealth to all components of the people, referring to the country No, it is preparing for early elections that enjoy integrity and transparency in order to form a strong government capable of meeting the demands of the Iraqis.
Al-Maliki’s office said in a statement received by the IQ NEWS website , “The latter received, today, the Kurdistan Region delegation headed by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Qubad Talabani,” indicating that “the meeting discussed developments in the political and security situations in the country, as well as issues related to the federal budget and dialogue.” What is going on between the federal government and the regional government in its regard. ”
Al-Maliki indicated, according to the statement, to “the importance of continuing the dialogue to reach an agreement that ends the debate on contentious issues under the constitution and the law,” reiterating his assertion that “discussions with the federal government cannot be resolved without the adoption of a national law that guarantees the equitable distribution of natural wealth. All components of the Iraqi people. ”
Al-Maliki called for “the necessity of concerted efforts to reach radical solutions to the outstanding issues between the Kurdistan region and the federal government through legislation of the oil and gas law, especially as the country is preparing to hold early elections with integrity and transparency in order to form a strong government capable of meeting the demands of all Iraqis.”
In turn, the head of the Kurdistan region’s delegation, Qubad Talabani, said during the meeting, that “there are many problems that require cooperation and agreement from everyone to solve them in the House of Representatives.”