Urgent calls for "rescue" government in Kurdistan
6:24 PM ADMIN
Sulaimaniya/ Iraq TradeLink: Kurdish Parliamentary Speaker Yousef Mohammed called to
He described the current Kurdish government as "partisan" in reference to the Kurdish Democratic Party, headed by President Masoud Barzani.
Speaker Mohammed , indirectly, criticized the previous attempt to deny his entry to Arbil, as well as the ministers of the Kurdish Change Movement.
"The Kurdish President Masoud Barzani is illegitimately using his presidential powers and the region is currently divided", he confirmed.
Speaker Mohammed was denied access into Arbil city in October, 2015, while Premier Njirvan Barzani demoted four ministers of the Change Movement, which move was regarded as "political d'etat".
On the other hand, the Reform and Development Movement in Kurdistan called for a establishing a
Secretary General of the Movement Mohammed Bazyani called for a "technocrat" government with actual powers that can overcome the crises, but warned that the Kurdish region will be "out of control" on economic and political aspects, due to the lack of confidence between the citizen and the government".
In addition, Kurdish Deputy Premier Qubad Talabani called to "quit threatening speeches" in the
region, stressing that the Kurdish internal problems should be solved before having solutions with Baghdad.
"The Kurdish Cabinet should find ways to internal reforms, activating its parliament and get away from hatred", Talabani added.
He referred to the possibility of reaching a "decentralized rule" in the Kurdish region if Sulaimaniya does not want to co-exist with Arbil.
The Kurdish region is suffering political problems due to the differences on the rule of the region and its government, the war against Da'ish (ISIS), the decline in international oil prices and the concentration of 1.5 million Iraqi refugees in the region.