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    Subject to four conditions.. Arab approval of the return of the Parti to Kirkuk

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    Post by Rocky Sun 03 Sep 2023, 6:47 am

    Subject to four conditions.. Arab approval of the return of the Parti to Kirkuk
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    Baghdad today - Kirkuk
    Today, Sunday (September 3, 2023), the head of the Arab Opinion Authority in Kirkuk, Nazem Al-Shammari, confirmed that there are no objections to the return of the Kurdistan Democratic Party to the province, while indicating that this is done according to conditions.
    Al-Shammari said in an interview with "Baghdad Today" that "the Arab demands and conditions for the return of the Democratic Party are the recognition of the Iraqiness of Kirkuk and the authority of the Iraqi state over it."
    He added, "We must stop describing the Iraqi security forces as occupiers, and Arab detainees must be released from the prisons of the Kurdistan region."
    Al-Shammari also demanded compensation for the people of the demolished Arab villages and a pledge not to repeat these repressive measures.
    What happened in Kirkuk?
    Yesterday, Saturday, Kirkuk governorate witnessed security tensions and the imposition of a curfew, after three demonstrators were killed and 9 others injured, during a Kurdish "counter" protest against the Arab sit-in refusing to hand over the advanced headquarters of joint operations to the Kurdistan Democratic Party.
    Since the Democratic Party and the Kurdish Peshmerga forces left all their headquarters in Kirkuk, against the background of the "secession referendum" that was conducted by the then president of the region, Masoud Barzani, in 2017, and caused a political crisis with the government in Baghdad, the headquarters became under the control of the Iraqi security forces, who imposed their control on Governorate.
    The agreement to form the government of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani came after political agreements, including the return of the Kurdish parties to their headquarters and the exercise of political work again in Kirkuk, which prompted the issuance of orders in late August to hand over the advanced headquarters of joint operations to the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which prompted the issuance of orders. This angered some of the city's residents, who then staged a sit-in in front of the headquarters, rejecting the political agreement to hand over the headquarters to the Democratic Party.
    On the other hand, counter-protests emerged from the Kurds of Kirkuk, objecting to blocking the road between Kirkuk and Erbil because of the sit-in in front of the advanced headquarters, while the events escalated so that the Arab sit-downs in front of the headquarters, as well as the Kurdish protesters, were exposed to incidents of violence of unknown origin. 
    Where the protesters in front of the headquarters were attacked with stones and a number of them were injured, while gunfire was heard, and it is not known whether there were armed men in the ranks of the "aggressor" party.
    Immediately, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, directed "to impose a curfew in Kirkuk and to initiate large-scale security operations in the areas that witnessed riots for the purpose of thoroughly inspecting them."
    After hours of political and popular calls for the need for calm, stopping the convulsive statements and escalatory steps, and giving priority to the logic of dialogue and reason to preserve the stability of Kirkuk Governorate, a video clip showed the arrival of the Anti-Terrorism Service to the governorate and its deployment in its streets. 
    The video obtained by "Baghdad Today" shows the people of the province gathering around the members of the apparatus, Arabs and Kurds. 
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