Strategic Alliance Between the National and Kurdistan Is Likely to Pass the Draft Law of Oil and Gas
|September 27, 2011||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
Baghdad- Maliki and Najafi agree on cooperation between their authority and Jaafari calls to resolve differences with its neighbors through diplomacy.
Agreed Prime Ministers and the Parliament to invite the political parties all of the calm after the bombings, criminal past, which targeted innocent citizens in the provinces of Karbala and Anbar, urged Ibrahim Jaafari, head of the National Alliance to resolve disputes with neighboring countries through diplomatic means.
Has urged al-Maliki and Nujaifi the need for patience and tranquility to miss an opportunity to anyone who wants to create sectarian strife aim to drag Iraq into more strife and division causing repercussions of serious political scene.
Saying that the recurrence of such painful incidents in a short period but is aimed at causing a rift in the social fabric and disrupt the process of political and obstruction in the path of negotiations to close ranks and consolidate the national partnership.
They also agreed on the need for serious cooperation and fruitful cooperation between legislative and executive branches to serve the interests of the country level.
In the same context, described the vice for a coalition of state law related to the national and Kurdish alliances Balstratejah, likely to pass the bill unanimously oil and gas.
The MP said Hassan Sinead, all of Iraq, told yesterday that an alliance with the National Alliance of Kurdistan and the Kurds in general is the strategic alliance will fall apart as some people are betting that the understandings between them is the sacrifice and blood, not understandings, benefits and gains.
He said Sinead, it is natural that you get differences in opinions between the political forces on some issues, files, or draft laws, such as oil and gas law among a coalition of state law and the Kurdistan Alliance, which expect to pass unanimously and the political consensus.
He called the Iraqi National Alliance Ibrahim Jaafari, yesterday, to the resolve disputes with neighboring countries through diplomatic means and dialogue, as well as away from the media statements, as he emphasized the British ambassador his country would continue to support the democratic experiment in Iraq, pointing at the same time to the pursuit of British companies to invest in the country.
A statement issued by the Office of Jaafari the sidelines of his meeting with British Ambassador in Iraq, Michael Arner yesterday that “the only way to end all disputes and outstanding issues between Iraq and neighboring countries is to open diplomatic channels and direct dialogue and to stay away from statements and speeches the media.”
The al-Jaafari that “Iraq today has become democratic states that seek to open up to experiences of the developed world to benefit from their experiences and promote incident and up to the level of ambition in providing services to citizens, “stressing that” Iraq is seeking to establish better relations with neighboring countries to the presence of interest and the common pitfalls that would strengthen and bridge the relationship and ensure the rights and sovereignty of each country.
“And MP a coalition of law cult who said a delegation from the Kurdistan region will arrive today to Baghdad. and that the delegation would not be a government delegation Cardstanaa but political delegation, and will discuss with the government and political forces, a range of issues, including follow-up implementation of the Erbil, and some of the sticking points between the central government and provincial government.
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