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    Regarding Kirkuk...a meeting in the presence of the Sudanese comes out with a five-point agreement

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    Regarding Kirkuk...a meeting in the presence of the Sudanese comes out with a five-point agreement Empty Regarding Kirkuk...a meeting in the presence of the Sudanese comes out with a five-point agreement

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    A meeting attended by Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani on Wednesday witnessed a five-point agreement on principles regarding Kirkuk Governorate.


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    Al-Sudani’s office said in a statement, “Under the patronage and presence of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani, representatives of the political forces that won the Kirkuk Provincial Council elections held a meeting today, Wednesday, under the vision of a national initiative to form the local government in the governorate, in accordance with the fair entitlement expressed by the election results.” Then agree on an economic service program that is compatible with the government program in which the federal government operates.”



    Al-Sudani pointed out that "Kirkuk enjoys a special status, which represents a concern for all national forces working to support social cohesion, brotherhood and stability in it, just as it requires everyone to make sincere efforts to improve services and economic conditions in the governorate, in a manner befitting its components."

    Al-Sudani stated that "the local elections in Kirkuk, which have been stalled since 2005, have been completed, with the efforts and solidarity of everyone, and have witnessed wide participation compared to the rest of the provinces. This is a milestone that the government is proud of as a commitment within its program."

    According to the statement, the attendees came out with an “agreement of principles; in order to proceed with the formation of the local government in the governorate, including the following,” “because of the importance of Kirkuk Governorate, as a mini-Iraq, the attendees agreed to take into account the interests of the people of Kirkuk, preserve coexistence, and strengthen ties Brotherhood and cooperation among its people, and that the constitution be the umbrella under which everyone takes shelter.”

     
    It was also agreed that the approach of partnership, consensus, and non-exclusion would be the basis for joint action in Kirkuk Governorate, and it was agreed to form a Kirkuk administration coalition from all the winning forces in the Provincial Council, and that it would be its political umbrella, and that the Prime Minister would chair the coalition sessions until the implementation of the constitutional entitlements in Forming the local government, agreeing on the program, its mechanism, and the internal regulations of the coalition.”

    The meeting witnessed an agreement to "prepare (the local administration program in Kirkuk), which will be adopted by the coalition to be formed, and the coalition forces will adhere to it, and the new administration in the governorate will adopt its implementation according to clear and practical mechanisms and timings."

     
    The political forces participating in the meeting will submit “working papers within seven days, including their vision of preparing an integrated program for the governorate and the appropriate mechanisms for forming the local government there.”
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