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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 1, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 1, 2016

Post by rocky on Sat 01 Oct 2016, 4:18 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 1, 2016
Posted on October 1, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Barzani visited Baghdad after disappointment from int’l support to independence: PUK deputy[/size]
A parliament deputy from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) claimed that the Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani went to Baghdad after he was disappointed from international support to his project of dividing the region from Baghdad and establishing an independent Kurdish state in the north of Iraq. Nawzad Rasul told Melat news base that the U.S. has pressured Barzani to go to Baghdad and reach consensus with officials in Iraq’s central government. Rasul called the visit a positive attempt and stated that the visit was conducted at a time that officials in Erbil understood that they are unable to pay salaries of the region’s clerks, adding that the lack of international support to Kurdish independence and Saudi Arabia and Turkey’s opposition to the project was another reason for the travel. |
[size=13]Kurdish political parties to meet over disputes: source[/size]
Erbil: The five major political parties in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region are expected to meet on Saturday in hopes of finding a solution to the prolonged political deadlock in the region. The meeting will take place in Halabja at the request of the civil society organizations who insisted that the top political leaders of the Kurdish parties should meet and discuss the disputes, said Fazil Basharati, a Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) official from Halabja. He confirmed to BasNews that the senior envoys from the five major Kurdish political parties will be representing each faction in the meeting. Representatives will be from the KDP, Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), Change Movement (Gorran), Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU) and Kurdistan Islamic Group (Komal).

[size=13]Emirates Red Crescent opens hospital for IDPs in Erbil Province[/size]
Erbil: The Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) has opened a newly built hospital for internal displaced persons (IDPs) in Shaqlawa, 50 kilometres northeast of Erbil. Ayal Zayed hospital, opened on Friday, aims to care for 50,000 IDPs in Erbil Province as part of the ERC’s humanitarian projects in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region. Mohammed al-Falahi, secretary general of the charity, said “We are very pleased to open a project like this to care for IDPs in Erbil.” The ERC also opened two schools in Erbil, Al Tasamuh, meaning tolerance, and al-Saada, meaning happiness, that can accommodate 720 students. The UAE charity also provides humanitarian assistance for IDPs in the Kurdistan Region in the form of food, clothing, and air-conditioners.
[size=13]Fragmentation of Iraq: Hawija residents debate post-IS future[/size]
Arab tribes of Hawija have begun discussing and planning for post-liberation governance of their city after the Islamic State (IS) is defeated militarily. Some are asking to establish an independent administration for the town and others want to stay with Kirkuk. The people of Hawija want a strong and independent administration post-IS, a man from the town said. But a tribal leader told Rudaw that the tribes of Hawija are against separating the town from Kirkuk. “Each one has his own and different opinion. I think Hawija should not disconnect from Kirkuk. This is my special opinion, but each has their own. We as noblemen reject disconnecting Hawija from Kirkuk,” Khalaf Rwan, a member of the Hawija council, told Rudaw. Kurds in the area believe that the decision should be made by the people, and any action should be done according to the constitution.

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