After cutting off funds from the region, its president announces: The Kurds are Iraqi citizens[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Today, 10:29 |
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Baghdad Today - translation
The American network "ABC" News revealed in a report published today, Friday, that there is a tendency by the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government to move towards the central government in Baghdad to discuss the possibility of re-sending the financial defenses allocated to the region .
And the network indicated, according to its report, which was translated by (Baghdad Today), that "a Kurdish official, who refused to reveal his identity to prevent the Kurdistan government officials from making a statement on the matter, assured it that the Kurdistan The government will send a delegation to discuss with Baghdad during the next few days to find a way to restore things to normal between the center and the region.
The official added, "The regional government must succeed in this," adding, "If it fails, the Kurdish people will be the victim."
He pointed out that "the political differences between the Kurdish parties on the one hand, and with Baghdad on the other hand, have left their effects on the economic and security situation inside the region."
And the network indicated that "the Federal Supreme Court issued a decision last Wednesday, during which it declared that the previous decisions taken by Baghdad to send financial payments to the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq during the past two years 2021 and 2022 are unconstitutional and violate the General Budget Law for the year 2021," she said.
The court's decision sparked angry reactions from the Kurdistan Regional Government, where the President of the region, Nechirvan Barzani, announced through an official statement, that the decision "does not only target the employees of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, but the people of Kurdistan." stressing that they are "Iraqi citizens" and pointing to its negative effects on the process. political and stability, according to what the network reported.