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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 17, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 17, 2016

Post by rocky on Sun 17 Jul 2016, 7:06 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 17, 2016
Posted on July 17, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Iraqi Kurdish parties and leaders condemn coup in Turkey[/size]
Sulaimani: Most Kurdish parties in Iraqi Kurdistan include KDP, PUK, Gorran, KIU, KIG and other Kurdish groups condemn the military coup in Turkey. All Barzani family officials, Iraqi president Masoum and others condemn the coup against the Turkish president and praised the heroism of the Turkish people.
[size=13]Demonstrators in Halabja call for Iraq to join ICC[/size]
Halabja: Civil society organizations and families of the Halabja chemical attack victims gathered outside the Halabja Memorial on Sunday (July 17) to call for Iraq to join the International Criminal Court (ICC). Sunday marked the 18-year anniversary of the ICC’s establishment and demonstrators said Iraqi participation in the court would bring perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity to justice. Those who gathered in Halabja also urged Iraqi authorities to adopt the Rome Statute – the 1998 document that established the ICC. “We encourage the Kurdistan Regional Government [KRG] to pressure the central government to sign the Rome Statute and become a member of the International Criminal Court to prevent a repeat of Halabja, Anfal, the Barzanis’ Anfal, Arabization, crimes against the Faily Kurds and Sinjar,” demonstrators said in a statement read to the media.

[size=13]Kurdistan Future Party announces merger with PUK officially[/size]
Sulaimani: Kurdistan Future Party announced its merger with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK). According to a statement released by the leadership council of the Party of Kurdistan’s future which is led by Qadir Aziz the party announces its merger with the PUK officially on Friday 15 July. Aziz, the chairman of the party, said in a press statement: “The merger project with the PUK comes in the framework of the tireless efforts to unite the Kurdish position at the moment,” adding that his party will enter into the agreement signed between the PUK and Change Movement (Gorran). For its part, Gorran welcomed, in a statement issued by it, the merger, describing it a constructive step towards unifying the visions and the Kurdish word in Kurdistan region, stressing that the Kurdistan region does not need many parties. |
[size=13]PUK steps up efforts at unification with Future Party[/size]
Sulaimani: Following its bilateral agreement with the Change Movement (Gorran), the leadership of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) has stepped up efforts to form a new agreement with the Future Party in order to forge closer cooperation in Iraqi Kurdistan Region. The Future Party will likely join the PUK under the new deal, which a bipartisan committee is looking to finalize in the next week. PUK politburo head Mala Bakhtiyar spoke to reporters on Saturday (July 16) in a joint press conference with Future Party Secretary General Qadir Aziz. “In the name of Mam Jalal [Talabani] and the [PUK] politburo, I express my happiness and I can say that all of the tasks [to unify] are essentially done,” Bakhtiyar said. Officials expect to make a final announcement on the agreement after a week, he added. Party representatives have held talks on the possibility of a unification over the last week and a role for the Future Party’s Aziz within the PUK.

[size=13]Former Iraqi PM Maliki reportedly in Sulaimani, to meet Kurdish officials[/size]
Baghdad: Iraqi PM Masood Haider reportedly announced on Saturday that the head of State of Law Coalition, Nouri al-Maliki will visit Sulaimani city of Saturday for a meeting with Kurdish officials. Haider, in an interview with Iraqi News, said, “Our information indicate that al-Maliki will arrive in Sulaimani today, visiting former President Jalal Talabani,” further adding,” al-Maliki will meet with officials from the Change (Gorran) Movement and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK.” “The meeting will discuss the situation between the federal government and the Kurdistan region, as well as the general situation in Iraq,” Haider added. It may be mentioned here that Maliki on June 28 announced his support to the political agreement between PUK and Gorran. Ekurd Daily could not independently verify the report. |
[size=13]KDP member: The Kurds are committed to activate the Parliament legislative and oversight work[/size]
Baghdad: Iraqi MP for the Kurdistan Democratic Party KDP, Muhsin al-Sadoun, said that “all the Kurdish groups committed to activating the legislative and oversight work of the parliament for the next period.” He told NINA that “what is passed in the parliament during the last period has a negative impact on what is expected of it and to be submitted to the people in the light of circumstances in the country,” stressing that “the coming period will witness concrete steps to activate the work of the parliament and pass a number of laws.” Massoud Barzani’s term as Kurdistan President ended on August 20, 2015 but refused to step down and remains unofficially in office. KDP forces [size=13]prevented Kurdistan Parliament’s Speaker Yusuf Muhamed Sadiq, who was against extending Barzani term, from entering Erbil. Since then the Kurdish parliament has been suspended. KDP also sacked four Gorran’s ministers and replaced them by KDP. |[/size]

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