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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 3, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 3, 2016

Post by rocky on Sat 03 Sep 2016, 4:34 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 3, 2016
Posted on September 3, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Gorran leader Nawshirwan Mustafa to head to Europe: media[/size]
Sulaimani: The leader of Change (Gorran) Movement Nawshirwan Mustafa to head to Europe on Saturday, a source told NRT. According to the source Mustafa to visit London without mentioning the reasons behind his trip. The news not been confirmed by Gorran yet. Mustafa has [size=13]returned to Iraqi Kurdistan last April after seven months in Europe.[/size]
[size=13]Peshmerga block Shia force from entering Tuz Khurmatu[/size]

Kurdish Peshmerga forces blocked a Shia paramilitary force from crossing the Sulaiman Beg checkpoint south of Tuz Khurmatu, a commander of Peshmerga said on Thursday. Commander Kamal Assad told NRT that three military vehicles carrying Hashid al-Shaabi fighters attempted to enter Tuz Khurmatu district via the Sulaiman Beg check point. Peshmerga will not allow any armed groups to enter the district to prevent further clashes, Assad added. “We won’t let any forces enter the district of Tuz Khurmatu unless we are ordered to allow forces to go in,” Asaad continued. Peshmerga officials decided to block armed groups from moving in and out of the area after intense clashes between Kurdish and Shia forces. Shia paramilitary groups entered the area to fight against Islamic State (IS) militants who overran areas of Salahaddin and neighboring Diyala provinces in 2014. Clashes between Shia militiamen and Kurdish forces have taken place since the fighters entered the disputed areas.
Iran to mediate between the conflicting factions of PUK
Sulaimani: An Iranian Delegation is said to arrive in Sulaimani in Iraqi Kurdistan on Saturday to mediate between the two conflicting factions within the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK). Following the[size=13]establishment of a ‘decision-making body’ by the secretary-general deputies of PUK on Thursday, tensions have now raised between the deputies and Hero Ibrahim, an influential figure within PUK who is also the wife of the secretary-general Jalal Talabani. The escalation of tensions, seemingly an alarming development for the neighboring Iran, have made Tehran deploy a delegation in an attempt to settle down the conflicts and help the party recover from the widening rifts.[/size]
[size=13]Baghdad and Erbil to jointly form “independence committees”[/size]
Erbil: Authorities in Iraq and Kurdistan Region will form two committees in the near future to “evaluate the question of independence” before the anticipated referendum is held in Kurdistan, a top government official told Rudaw on Thursday. “We agreed on formation of two committees: one in Erbil and the other in Baghdad to evaluate all aspects of this question,” said Fuad Hussein, the chief of staff of the Kurdish president, in reference to the looming referendum on independence in Iraq’s Kurdistan. Hussein who accompanied the Kurdish Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani to Baghdad earlier this week said they had “frank and open discussions” with top Iraqi officials about “self-determination” and “Kurdish independence.” “Some of the Iraqi parties said clearly that they were in favor of Kurdistan’s right to self-determination. But others said Kurdish independence could create domestic and regional tensions,” Hussein said.

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