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Will the Kurdish delegations to Baghdad settle the 15-year differences?

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Post by rocky Tue 29 Nov 2022, 6:02 am

Will the Kurdish delegations to Baghdad settle the 15-year differences?


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Shafaq News / The Kurdistan Region seeks to resolve the outstanding contentious issues with Baghdad, and as politicians confirm the seriousness of the government of Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani to settle them, especially with regard to the budget and oil and gas laws, observers believe that resolving the problems accumulated for 15 years is not by sending negotiating delegations for days A few numbers, amid the odds of postponing it to a later stage.
On Sunday (November 27), the President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, made a visit to Baghdad, for the purpose of completing the agenda of meetings and meetings last week with the Iraqi political leaders - which he interrupted due to the explosion that occurred in the city of Dohuk - regarding the budget and salaries of the Peshmerga and Article 140. Oil and gas issues, etc.
Last chance government
Observers believe that the visit of the Kurdistan Region delegation to Baghdad comes to discuss what was agreed upon with the coordination framework during the negotiations to form the cabinet, in what political blocs confirm that the Sudanese government is serious about resolving the outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil.
In this regard, a member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Ghazi Kakai, says, "The government of Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani differs from its predecessors, as it is considered the government of the (last chance) or (the golden opportunity), as it was formed after disputes that lasted a whole year, and resulted in entering with the rest of the partners in The political process in the coalition (state administration) and the inclusion of the settlement of contentious files between Erbil and Baghdad in its government program.
Kakai added, to Shafaq News agency, "Therefore, all political parties must be serious about their commitment to what has been agreed upon, especially in the State Administration Coalition, and if the current government is able to implement its program, then the government will succeed and save the Iraqi political system, otherwise it will be like firing a bullet." Mercy on the Iraqi political system.
He continued, "Therefore, this government will be more serious in implementing the demands of the political parties, which are the requirements of the Iraqi street, as well as the legislation of the oil and gas law."
Sudanese "serious" and the talks are far from the media
Fadel Jaber, the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, agrees with this proposition, who also confirmed the seriousness of the Sudanese government in settling the outstanding issues between Erbil and Baghdad regarding the oil and gas laws and the budget, stressing that "the visit of the President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, to Baghdad was to solve many outstanding problems between the two parties." .
Jaber explained, during his speech to Shafaq News agency, that "the budget law and the region's percentage of it are being discussed between the two parties continuously and extensively, in addition to the problem of exporting the region's oil after the Federal Court's decision that it was unconstitutional," noting that "the parties are discussing these issues calmly, away from quarrels. political and media, in order to reach common points to solve the outstanding problems between the two parties.
The problems of 15 years are not solved by two-day delegations
On the other hand, observers believe that the solution to the outstanding problems between the governments of Erbil and Baghdad is not done by sending negotiating delegations for a day or two to the federal capital, since these "problems are the result of 15 years of disagreements, so if the two parties are serious, especially the Kurdish one, in resolving problems, he must strengthen influence and unite his ranks in Baghdad,” according to the political analyst, Saman Noah. 
Regarding Baghdad's position, Noah explains to Shafaq News agency, "The Baghdad government has been procrastinating in resolving these problems for years, as it has been trying to gain time, which is in its favor, given that the region cannot impose its will as it did in previous years, or after 2003." Until 2013, when the region was strong in terms of security, politics and economy. 
He continued, "The decline that occurred in the region is due to the lack of unity of the Kurdish ranks and the deterioration of the economic and financial situation, which weakened the role and weight of the Kurdistan Region in the Iraqi scene, and Baghdad was looking for such an opportunity in order to continue disrupting the solid foundations of the partnership that the Kurds demand, which is represented by the application of Article 140, the Oil and Gas Law, and the formation of the Federal Council, which restores balance to the Iraqi state.
And the political analyst continues, "There is also a disagreement about the budget of the Peshmerga and the number of its members, as well as Baghdad's demand to deploy federal forces on the Turkish and Iranian borders, which Erbil may reject on the grounds that it will weaken the region's presence on the Iraqi scene."
Noah concludes by saying, "Most political forces, especially Shiites, are not looking for decisive agreements for these problematic issues at the current stage. Rather, they will prefer to postpone them to a later stage, which means keeping Iraq in an unstable situation."
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