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    Its government's crisis... Kirkuk does not move and waits for the Sudanese

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    Its government's crisis... Kirkuk does not move and waits for the Sudanese Empty Its government's crisis... Kirkuk does not move and waits for the Sudanese

    Post by Rocky Thu 23 May 2024, 5:26 am

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    Information / Baghdad...
    The official of the Turkmen Front in Kirkuk, Qahtan al-Wandawi, confirmed today, Thursday, that all parties in the province do not want to bypass Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani in resolving the crisis in forming the provincial government.
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    Al-Wandawi told Al-Ma’louma, “The Turkmen and the rest of the governorate’s political components are awaiting the opinion of the Sudanese to end the crisis in forming the local government for the governorate.”
    He added, "There are meetings between the political blocs in Kirkuk, but they have not led to anything, because these blocs do not want to bypass the Sudanese, who holds the hope of reaching a solution to the crisis."
    But he revealed that there was “almost agreement between the blocs on the necessity of finding solutions among them if the doors to exiting the crisis were closed.”
    He ruled out "repeating the local elections in Kirkuk, stressing that the path to solutions is closer than repeating the elections." Ended 25 n.
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