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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 21, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 21, 2016

Post by rocky on Sun 21 Aug 2016, 7:36 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 21, 2016
Posted on August 21, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Gorran: Barzani’s KDP party impose its hegemony and iron grip in Kurdistan[/size]
Sulaimani: An MP of the Change (Gorran) Movement in Kurdistan parliament, accused the Kurdistan Democratic Party KDP, led by Massoud Barzani, to impose its hegemony and iron grip on all the joints of the rule in Kurdistan region. Bestoon Fa’iq told the National Iraqi News Agency “a whole year has passed since the end of the presidential term of Massoud Barzani, but he still exercises the powers of the president,” stressing that “the KDP imposed its hegemony on all the joints of the power without hesitation.” He added: “The KDP risk of individual decisions that the citizens in the Kurdistan region paid for.” He pointed to the failure of the four Kurdish parties project which represents in modifying the presidency Act, attributing the cause to the divisions that took place between the parliamentary blocs, which exploited by Barzani’s party. Massoud Barzani whose term as President of the Kurdistan Region ended on August 20, 2015, refused to step down and remains unofficially in office. |
[size=13]Kirkuk oil export increased after five-month halt[/size]
Kirkuk: The export of crude oil from Kirkuk will rise after a ban was lifted Saturday on several oil fields in the province, increasing the total export of the crude to 300,000 barrels per day (bpd) from previous 150,000 bpd. The decision was made after Iraq’s new Oil Minister Jabar Luaibi was appointed last week to lead the ailing oil industry in the country which stands for some 90 percent of Iraq’s revenues. A Kurdish provincial lawmaker welcomed the decision to increase the output and told Rudaw it showed “the good faith of the new minister.” “We welcome the move and regard it as a good step towards better understanding between the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and Baghdad,” said lawmaker Fuad Hussein from Kirkuk’s oil committee.

[size=13]Kurdish Peshmerga force that occupying Iraqi territory same as Islamic State group: Iraqi MP[/size]
Baghdad: Member of the Parliamentary Reform Front MP Mohammed Saadoun al-Sayhood stressed that the expansionist ambitions of Massoud Barzani in the occupation of Iraqi territory, put the Kurds in the face of the Arabs. He said in a press statement Friday that Kurdish Peshmerga forces, which occupies the Iraqi territory and refuses to deliver it to their owners, and thus no different from Islamic State (IS) who occupied Iraqi territory and raped it. He added that the insistence of illegitimate Massoud Barzani, for the occupation of Iraqi territory is no different from the influence of Islamic State, where he wants to put the Kurds in the face of the Arabs, and the Kurds occupancy from the main issue in the region, a coup against the legitimate and sticking to power.” |
[size=13]In response to Iraqi army Kurds say: “We hold key routes to Mosul”[/size]
Sulaimani: Sheikh Jaafar Mustafa, a top commander and former Peshmerga minister has dismissed comments by Iraqi prime minister against Kurdish participation in the battle for Mosul as unrealistic, especially when the Peshmerga hold the key routes to the Islamic State-held city. Sheikh Jaafar told Rudaw that he would ignore the comments of Prime Minister Haider Abadi because, he argued, the liberation of Mosul from ISIS would be impossible without coordination with and support of the Kurdish forces. “Iraqi armed forces cannot control any territory they lost to ISIS in Iraq without the help or coordination with the Peshmerga and the US-led coalition,” said Sheikh Jaafar. “The Peshmerga surrounds and controls many areas and supply routes on the eastern and western sides of Mosul city.” “Therefore without coordination with and cooperation of the Peshmerga, liberating Mosul is impossible and the Iraqi forces will not be able to fight ISIS alone,” he added.
[size=13]One Peshmerga killed, another wounded by IS snipers in southern Kirkuk[/size]
Kirkuk: A Kurdish Peshmerga soldier was killed and another wounded by ISIS snipers in southern Kirkuk in northern Iraq on Saturday as they were helping escaping civilians reach behind their lines, a military commander said. “In the Wadi Naft area in southern Kirkuk, ISIS marksmen fired at the Peshmerga as they were receiving civilians fleeing the group in Hawija,” said Mullah Sarzab Sitar, a Peshmerga officer on the front. “When my men spotted a large crowd of people coming towards our outposts, several of them rushed to help bring them to safety. But ISIS snipers opened fire on them, killing one and wounding another,” Sitar said.

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