The Kurdistan Regional Government demands the re-formation of the Federal Court and sends a message to the Iraqis
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Masrour Barzani said in a press conference held today, "We are ready for dialogue with the government to reach a radical constitutional solution, end disputes and outstanding issues, and the constitution will be the ruling, and we, in turn, will abide by the constitutional duties in full."
He added that during the past period, he communicated with senior Iraqi officials and Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and told them: If the region did not have oil, would you be obligated to provide financial benefits to the people of Kurdistan? They replied, "No, they cannot do that."
Masrour Barzani stressed that the constitution defines what the Kurdistan Region does, and we will never give up these constitutional rights, and we call on the Iraqi parliament to implement articles in the constitution, including: the re-formation of the Federal Court in accordance with Article 92 of the Constitution, the formation of the Federal Service Council, and the application of Article 140 of the Constitution. , wondering, "Why hasn't Article 140 been implemented yet?"
The head of the regional government said, "I send a message to all Iraqi brothers, we are part of the federal Iraq, and we have not seized anyone's right, and we do not accept the seizure of our rights, and that the gates of Kurdistan are open before you, and the region was a haven for the afflicted."
He went on to say that "there are those who want to suspend their failure on the Kurdistan Region, the Iraqi people. We are brothers and we are proud of this brotherhood. There are a million citizens from the central and southern regions who are present on the land of Kurdistan, and I say it once again that the region will remain a haven for the oppressed and the afflicted."
In his speech to the Iraqis, he added, "Until now, the federal government has not been able to provide basic services to the Iraqi people," calling on "all the people of the people to defend their constitutional rights and the rights of Kurdistan."
Masrour Barzani stressed that "the decision of the Federal Court is not in the interest of all Iraqis, and not only Kurdistan," noting that "the Kurdistan Region is under very great pressures, but we are optimistic about skipping this stage and moving towards a better future and economy."
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