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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 28, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 28, 2016

Post by rocky on Thu 28 Jul 2016, 7:03 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 28, 2016
Posted on July 28, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=31]Nawshirwan Mustafa: Barzani is responsible for addressing problems as he created them[/size]
[size=31]Sulaimani” The head of Change (Gorran) Movement Nawshirwan Mustafa said responsibility to address the situation and political problems in Iraqi Kurdistan lies on the Kurdistan Democratic Party KDP because it caused these problems and fabricated the political crises in the region. Sources close to Nawshirwan Mustafa confirmed that he informed the representative of the KDP leader Massoud Barzani during a meeting took nearly two hours away from the media, that the responsibility for solving problems and political disputes lies on KDP and Barzani personally “on the grounds that he created problems and fabricated political crises.” He pointed out that the KDP expelled head of the Kurdistan parliament and the ministerial team for the movement from the government according party’s decision. |[/size]
[size=31]Iraq excludes Kurdistan from UNHRC Summit[/size]

[size=31]The Iraqi government has excluded a delegation from Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) from participating in this year’s annual summit of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, says the Head of the KRG’s High Committee to Evaluate and Respond to International Reports. Countries gather every year in Geneva to discuss the rights-related situation across the globe and address important thematic human rights issues in different countries. A delegation from Kurdistan Region had been attending the event to shed light on the latest progressions of human rights situation in the region, but Baghdad has excluded them for this year’s summit. Dindar Zebari revealed that the department of human rights at the Iraqi foreign ministry has informed them that KRG is not included in a delegation attending the event this year, and Erbil can deliver its message to the council via the Iraqi delegation.[/size]
[size=31]Kurdish MP: Iraqi parliament is weak and paralyzed and is subject to executive influence[/size]
[size=31]Baghdad: MP for the National Union of Kurdistan, Abdul Qader Mohammed said the current Iraqi parliament is weak and paralyzed and subject to executive influence. He told the National Iraqi News Agency that “any parliament in the world has a law and so far Iraq has no real parliament,” noting that “the current parliament cannot defend itself, trends, and his works, how could be a parliament? It is under the influence of the executive branch.” Mohammed added, “Approving the law of Iraqi parliament is a national necessity and all those who stand against the approval have administrative and partisan interests in this topic and wants a weak parliament does not serve the Iraqi people.” |[/size]
[size=31]Yazidi activist Nadia Murad to meet the Prime Minister of Baden-Wurttemberg’s on Thursday[/size]
[size=31]Stuttgart: Nadia Murad Basee Taha, a 22 year old Kurdish Yazidi escapee from Islamic State captivity and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, will meet Mr Winfried Kretschmann, Prime Minister of Baden-Wurttemberg in Stuttgart on Thursday 28 July 2016 to thank the people of Baden-Wurttemberg for their help to female former IS captives and will call on other counties to help too. |[/size]
[size=31]Kurdish official: Iraqi Kurdistan produced 14mn barrels of oil since start of July[/size]
[size=31]Erbil: Iraq’s Kurdistan Region is producing some 451,000 oil barrels per day, a Kurdish official announced at Erbil’s second economic and trade conference, Business Panel 2016, on Wednesday. “We have produced more than 451,000 barrels per day, since the beginning of July, which would be some 14 million barrels,” said Taha Zangana, Deputy Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) Oil and Natural Resources Ministry. The deputy minister also said that there are 22 active oil companies working in the Kurdistan Region. “Three refineries are authorized and more than 1,700 other companies are working as service companies,” he said.[/size]

[size=31]A Kurdish MP proposes forming Iraqi government of 16 ministries[/size]
[size=31]Baghdad: MP for the Kurdistan Alliance Mohsen Sadoun called to form the government of 16 Ministries instead of the current Ministries. He suggested in a press statement Tuesday that “the new Cabin would include Foreign, Defense, Interior, Oil, Finance, Justice, Trade and Industry, Electricity, Higher Education, Culture and Tourism, Agriculture, Transport, Construction and Housing Ministries.” Saadoun added that “the lack of any cabinet reshuffle after the Federal Court decision making there a cabinet vacuum after the submission of the resignations of current Ministers, noting that “the Ministry bearing the number 16, is a new update in the name of the Ministry of the Regions and Provinces, which works instead of the Ministry,” |[/size]
[size=31]US allocates $20mn budget to rebuild Qayara airbase[/size]
[size=31]Baghdad: The United States is spending more than $20 million to rebuild Qayara airbase, according to an Iraqi member of parliament. “The US cares a lot about rebuilding the Qayara military airbase, south of Mosul, to make it a base for Iraqi planes involved in the liberation of Nineveh from ISIS [Islamic State],” Haneen Kado, MP from Nineveh, told Almada Press on Wednesday. “The US allocated a budget to rebuild the base which reaches more than 20 million dollars. They chose that base because of its strategic location near to the operations area in Nineveh and its surrounding areas, and the base will be ready in a month,” he added.[/size]

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