- Today 11:10
Political analyst Ibrahim Al-Sarraj warned today, Friday, of Barzani's attempts to blackmail Baghdad and obstruct the passage of the oil and gas law with the aim of ensuring that the region obtains privileges that violate the constitution.
Al-Sarraj told Al-Maalouma, “The failure of the Erbil government to manage the region has had a negative impact on its dealings with the center, as it is trying to seek victory or distract attention from the problems in the region and the tensions between the union and the democratic.”
He added, "Although the regional government signed an agreement stipulating the delivery of revenues of 400,000 barrels to Baghdad, it will not abide by the oil and gas law, but rather will seek to find everything that obstructs this draft law."
He stated that "the Erbil government may resort to the method of blackmailing the coordination framework and may look for loopholes in order to disrupt the law or find loopholes or something that disrupts it, or seek to obtain a privilege that distinguishes it from the rest of the governorates, and this matter is contrary to the constitution, which stipulates equality in rights and duties."
Earlier, the official of the Turkmen Front in Kirkuk Governorate, Qahtan al-Wandawi, confirmed that the Kurdistan Democratic Party is seeking to control the joint operations headquarters in Kirkuk with the aim of achieving a victory for itself at the expense of the security services and the prestige of the state.
In recent days, Kirkuk Governorate has witnessed tensions and clashes with the security forces, instigated by Masoud Barzani's party, through mobilizing the masses and inflammatory statements. Ended 25/R
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