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    The crisis in Kirkuk is getting complicated.. The Arabs want Baghdad to intervene

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    The crisis in Kirkuk is getting complicated.. The Arabs want Baghdad to intervene Empty The crisis in Kirkuk is getting complicated.. The Arabs want Baghdad to intervene

    Post by Rocky Sun 21 Apr 2024, 4:37 am

    The crisis in Kirkuk is getting complicated.. The Arabs want Baghdad to intervene

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Saturday (April 20, 2024), a member of the Kirkuk Provincial Council from the Arab Bloc, Muhammad Hafez Ibrahim, denied reaching an agreement regarding the formation of the local government .
    Ibrahim said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "What is being published about reaching an agreement to resolve the crisis of the Kirkuk Provincial Council and its local government is not true, and things are still as they are, and each party is adhering to its opinion."
    He added, "The biggest dilemma is naming the governor, and both the Arabs and Kurds refuse to give up this position and want it for them. Therefore, the crisis exists and there is no agreement yet, and everything that is published is incorrect."
    He pointed out that "things in Kirkuk are becoming more complicated, and I believe that the solution lies in the intervention of the political parties in Baghdad to resolve the position of governor and other positions."
    The Arabs have 6 seats, and two seats are lined up next to them for the Turkmen, making a total of 8 seats, while the Kurds have 7 seats, and a seat from Christ is lined up next to them, so the total is also 8 seats. Each party between the two needs to get one seat to join them to form a majority with 9 seats out of 16 seats for the purpose of proceeding with the formation of the local government.
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