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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 13, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 13, 2016

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Sep 2016, 3:55 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 13, 2016
Posted on September 13, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Nawshirwan Mustafa: A Kurdish state can not be achieved through the political slogans and auctions[/size]
London: The leader of Gorran (Change) Movement Nawshirwan Mustafa stressed that the establishment of a Kurdish state can not be achieved by the political slogans, pointing out that the Kurdistan region lacks the pillars of the state. He said during a speech at a meeting with cadres of Gorran in Britain, that it was possible to create corners and the structure of the state without provocation of Iraq, Turkey, Iran and Syria, but officials in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region have not done so, but used the state project as political slogans and auctions for narrow and partisan interests. Mustafa warned of the existence of what he described as a plot against the Kurdish regional state project. |
[size=13]Iraqi president Masum meets with Socialist party leader Haji Mahmoud[/size]

Dukan: Iraqi president Fuad Masum, in the resort of Dukan in Sulaimani, discussed with Muhammad Haji Mahmoud, the head of the Kurdistan Socialist Democratic Party, the political and security situation in the country. A presidential statement said that “the meeting between Masum and Haji Mahmoud also covered the war on Islamic State group and ongoing preparations for the Liberation of Mosul,” |
[size=13]Zebari threatens ‘counterattack campaign’ against rivals[/size]
Baghdad: Iraq’s finance minister Hoshyar Zebari, Massoud Barzani’s uncle, facing a non-confidence vote in the Iraqi parliament on accusations of corruption and mismanagement of state funds, warned he will launch a “counterattack” to reveal corruption charges against his rivals. Zebari threatened to publish documents that would reveal the embezzlement of millions of dollars by his rivals. “I’ve started my campaign — the counterattack…I didn’t want to galvanise it. But now I’m talking about it, because they [rival politicians] have been playing very dirty,” Zebari told the US Financial Times (FT) in an interview. Zebari dismissed the accusations of corruption against him, stating that he believes former Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is the source of the problems that the country is now facing and that he left Iraq’s economy on the verge of collapse. He claimed that, during Maliki’s tenure, there were “billions of dollars.” But when he was elected finance minister, there was only “$649m in the government coffers.” |

[size=13]Peshmerga delegation visiting Finland to discuss IS war[/size]
Erbil: Kurdish Peshmerga delegation left for Finland on Monday on an official invitation from the Finnish government to discuss the fight against the Islamic State (IS) and the Peshmerga’s role in defeating the group. “The delegation’s visit to Finland is upon an official invitation by the Finnish government to the Peshmerga; the visit will last three days,” Sirwan Barzani, Peshmerga commander of the Gwer-Makhmour front, told Rudaw. Barzani added that that the Peshmerga are expected to “meet with Finnish officials, including MPs and ministers, to discuss the fight against IS, expectations for future steps in the war, and the Peshmerga’s role in defeating the group on the ground.” The delegation consists of Karim Sinjari, the acting Peshmerga minister, Mohammed Haji Mahmoud, Jaafar Sheikh Mustafa, Sirwan Barzani, and additional Peshmerga officials.
[size=13]Kirkuk: Hundreds of new Iraqi displaced people arrive on Kurdish Peshmerga fronts[/size]
Kirkuk: Kurdish Peshmerga forces on Monday took in hundreds of civilians who risked their lives to escape Islamic State (IS) in Hawija. After their arrival, the Kurdish forces provided them with medical treatment and then transferred the new IDPs to camps in Kirkuk province. Local sources claim there are more than 800 people. However, every IDP arriving on the Peshmerga front lines for the first time will have to go through a security procedure to make sure no IS jihadist has disguised as an IDP. Hawija is one of the strategic locations for IS, and the group has been keeping the grip of it since mid-2014. The city is located in the west of Kirkuk.

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