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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 26, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 26, 2016

Post by rocky on Tue 26 Jul 2016, 6:07 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 26, 2016
Posted on July 26, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Iraqi areas liberated by peshmerga will resolve its ownership after the liberation of mosul, according to article 140: Othman[/size]
Baghdad: The Kurdish leading figure, former MP, Mahmoud Othman said the areas liberated by the Kurdish Peshmerga in Nineveh, Kirkuk and Diyala will resolve their belonging after the liberation of Mosul, according to Article 140 that define the ownership of the disputed areas. He told  NINA that there were no major problems between Iraq’s federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government KRG on the issue of the disputed areas now, on the grounds that the subject of these areas was agreed upon to postpone it between the two governments until the liberation of all areas from Daash, and in accordance with Article 140 of the Constitution. ” Iraq’s Ministry of Defense denied the reluctance of its minister Khaled al-Obeidi on Peshmerga’s participation in the battle to liberate Mosul. While the Ministry of Peshmerga in the Kurdistan region confirmed, “it would not withdraw from the areas liberated two years ago, threatening to stop the coordination with the Iraqi forces in the event of” the existence of unfit treatment not worthy of the sacrifices “. |
[size=13]Four months needed to prepare for independence referendum: KIHEC[/size]

Erbil: Iraqi Kurdistan Independent High Electoral Commission (KIHEC) stated that they are technically capable of making preparation for a referendum on Kurdish independence in four months if the political factions reach a consensus over the issue. Handren Mohammed Salih, the head of KIHEC, told BasNews on Monday, that “whenever the commission is officially asked to hold the referendum on independence, it will proceed.” Regarding referendum in the Kurdish disputed areas, Salih said “There are no legal obstacles hindering the referendum from being held in those areas; it is rather more legal to conduct referendum in the disputed Kurdish areas”. The KIHEC head explained that the commission holds all elections in the Kurdistan Region and if it is officially requested to hold a referendum on independence, it will make preparations for it in four months.
[size=13]PUK’s Saadi Pira: Gorran is ready to change Kurdistan Parliament Speaker[/size]
Sulaimani: The Leader in the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK Saadi Ahmed Pira declared continuing efforts to create an atmosphere and a suitable ground for the convergence of views between the Kurdistan Democratic Party KDP and the Change (Gorran) Movement in an effort to resolve the differences that exist between them, National Iraqi news reported He said in a press statement on Sunday that the Gorran Movement is ready to accept the changes at the head of Kurdistan parliament. Iraqi Kurdistan Parliament’s Speaker was [size=13]prevented from entering Erbil city on October 11, 2015. Since then the Kurdish parliament has been suspended.[/size]
[size=13]Massoud Barzani: Region has two options – independence or current status quo[/size]
Erbil: Masoud Barzani said Iraqi Kurdistan Region, facing a war against the Islamic State (IS), has two choices: to accept the status quo or declare independence. Barzani released a statement on his official Facebook page on Monday expressing concern over Iraqi FM Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who according to the statement, created obstacles for a Kurdish representative to attend the anti-IS summit in Washington. “Barzani said the region must decide its own “sovereignty” in order to establish self-determination in the Kurdistan Region. “This is a mere one example of many where the people of Kurdistan and their aspirations are deliberately neglected in accordance to the personal mood of certain individuals,” Barzani said. “This type of treatment cannot be accepted.” The Kurdistan Region now has two options, Barzani said. Either the region chooses to continue with the current “status quo,” in which others decide on its fate, or to work toward national sovereignty and independence.
[size=13]Iraq is India’s top supplier of crude oil[/size]
Iraq, and not Saudi Arabia, is now India’s top crude oil supplier, the country’s government has said. “Iraq sold 11 million tonnes (MT) of crude oil to India during April-June this year, higher than 10 MT sourced from Saudi Arabia,” Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan told the Parliament Monday. However, Saudi Arabia has been India’s top supplier of crude oil in the past two years. Venezuela is the third biggest supplier of crude oil to India, while Iran has grabbed the fourth slot post lifting of sanctions, according to the government. In April-June this year, India bought 5 MT of crude oil from Iran, and 5.2 MT from Venezuela, the Minister said in the Lower House of Parliament. India imports about 80 per cent of its oil needs. Xinhua

[size=13]Gorran: Restoring legitimacy to region’s institutions should be a priority[/size]
Sulaimani: The Change Movement (Gorran) said a return of legitimacy to institutions in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region should be a priority, in a statement released on Monday. “We have faced many obstacles and predicaments as we have defended the rights of the public, the sovereignty of law, the restructuring of government and the [pursuit of] social justice but we gloriously insisted on [our goals] to be implemented,” the statement said. Gorran insisted political parties should work to return legitimacy to institutions in the Kurdistan Region ahead of future changes. The statement added the goals Gorran pursued also included the referendum on the independence of the Kurdistan Region, creating a firm infrastructure and making plans for an independent state in the region. “We should make a return of legitimacy to institutions, the sovereignty of law and cooperation in composing a suitable plan our priority,” the statement said.
[size=13]Pentagon refutes claims that Islamic State downed US plane in Iraq[/size]
Washington: United States Central Command denies Islamic State’s claim that its fighters shot down a US warplane and killed the crew in Iraq’s western Anbar province. Islamic State (IS) claimed that the jet was flying near Ain Al-Asad air base, which is run jointly by Iraq and the US about 100 miles north of Baghdad. However, US Central Command tweeted that there is no truth to the terrorist organization’s claims, adding that all aircraft are accounted for. The US military has continuously battered IS from the skies since 2014, and roughly 73 airstrikes have been performed in Iraq in the last week.

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