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    For lack of agreement...a third round of Kirkuk component meetings

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    For lack of agreement...a third round of Kirkuk component meetings Empty For lack of agreement...a third round of Kirkuk component meetings

    Post by Rocky Mon 04 Mar 2024, 4:55 am

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    Information / Baghdad..
    On Monday, the official of the Badr Organization’s northern organizations, Muhammad al-Bayati, revealed the failure of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani’s meeting with Kirkuk’s political components.
    Al-Bayati told Al-Maalouma, “The second meeting to resolve the crisis of forming the Kirkuk government, which took place yesterday between the political components of Kirkuk Governorate with Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, did not reach any solution to the crisis of forming the governorate government.”
    He added, "A third meeting was scheduled after two weeks," noting, "The real problem in Kirkuk is not related to positions, but rather to the existence of two opposing projects. The first is that the Kurds consider Kirkuk to be Kurdish, and its governor must be Kurdish. The second is that the Arabs and Turkmen consider it Iraqi, and that the position of governor is an electoral entitlement."
    He believed that "the crisis in forming the government will be overcome through political pressure and the satisfaction of all parties."
    It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani confirmed yesterday, Sunday, during his dialogue at the Al-Rafidain Forum, that his goal is to bring viewpoints closer between the components of Kirkuk. Through the second meeting, we found understanding and rapprochement at a rate of more than 75%. Ended / 25 PM
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