[size=36]The pressures of Baghdad push the leaders of the region to unite..Continuous meetings and the tripartite alliance awaits the union[/size]
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The first meeting was held between the two main Kurdish parties in the region since the start of the political crisis in Iraq, which was the position of the President of the Republic one of the reasons for it, while expectations indicate the possibility of the National Union joining the tripartite alliance consisting of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the Sadrist bloc and sovereignty.
Although the meeting was between the President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, and Bafel Talabani, the head of the Patriotic Union, and the first has an official status, a source familiar with “the meetings confirmed that the meeting came to bridge views between the Union, which lined up with the coordinating framework of the so-called blocking third and insists on the nomination of Barham Salih.” For a second term in the presidency and the Democratic Party, which allied with Al-Sadr and Al-Halbousi, and nominated Rebwar Ahmed to head the region.
The sources added in an interview with "Mawazine News" that "the tripartite alliance is waiting for the union to join it, and this will mean that it will enter the voting session on the president of the republic with more confidence and can pass the candidate agreed upon by the Kurdish parties that experienced the estrangement some time ago."
The former representative of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Shirwan Mirza, said in an interview with "Mawazine News" that "today's meeting discussed the issue of the presidency and the region's elections, as well as the oil and gas law and the mechanism for dealing with the recent Federal Court decision regarding the management of the region's oil by the federal government, which the government rejects." Kurdistan Region.
Mirza adds, "It is not true that the region submitted a request to the United Nations to resolve the oil file with the center."
Mirza’s speech came in conjunction with the region’s presidency denial of the issue of a mediation request from the Security Council to regulate relations between Baghdad and Erbil, but the decision of the Federal Court regarding the oil of the Kurdistan region and the statement of the Minister of Oil that a company will be established to manage the region’s oil prompted the Kurdish parties to unite their ranks, to enter into negotiations with Baghdad with a paper uniform.
As for the meetings between the two parties, the sources indicate, "Today's meeting is preliminary, and the official agreement will be in Erbil to meet the head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani and Talabani."