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    Sadr: Umm Qasr from file in dark rooms

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    Post by Hkp1 Tue 12 Mar 2013, 3:54 pm

    2013/03/12

    Sadr: Umm Qasr from file in dark rooms



    Baghdad Mohammad Sabah

    Protests
    continued in Umm Qasr in Basra for the second consecutive day today,
    protesting against the demarcation of the border with Kuwait, in the
    shadow of increased expectations of these protests to include all cities
    amid questions about the timing of formal and popular redistricting
    before the local elections, coincide with the political crisis and the
    anti-Government protests.

    This comes while launching
    parliamentarians representing the province of Basra that the demarcation
    process, under which Iraq will lose land areas near the sea, and
    accused the local Government of Basra indifference about the demarcation
    of the border that make Basra and its inhabitants the biggest loser.

    He
    said liberal bloc of Sadrists Hussein demanded that "Kuwait border at
    mutlaa, then crept to Abdali, after 1991 has reached deep into Iraqi
    territory, and this stretch is categorically rejected," adding that "the
    Iraqi Foreign Ministry bore responsibility because of negotiated with
    Kuwaitis in dark rooms".

    He demanded that "Kuwait during the
    Iraqi invasion to crimes and violations of the atrocities, they got from
    Iraq double compensation for its losses", adding that "Iraq is looking
    forward to establish good bilateral relations with Kuwait and rooted,
    the current border demarcation with many problems in the future."

    He
    said Basra Governorate Council Chairman Franck told morning "range"
    "protests in Umm Qasr is continuing its refusal to evacuate their homes
    that border demarcation agreement transfer sovereignty to Kuwait to
    occur on a metal tube for the demarcation of the Kuwaiti Government"
    status.

    Franck said the Basra Governorate Council move protesters
    ' demands to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki for them and accused the
    Kuwaiti side to fabricate crises and problems with Iraq in the political
    circumstances of the country in order to obtain concessions. "

    And
    on the possibility of escalating protests on the Umm Qasr South of
    Basra to all cities of the province and Iraq, ruled that Franck said
    that "these demonstrations won't last long because the Government is
    serious in meeting their demands as soon as possible."

    He noted
    that "the Iraqi Government has not concluded any agreement or treaty or
    waiver with the Kuwaiti side to truncate parts of Iraqi territory and
    its annexation of Kuwait, adding that" what is happening is the
    application of UN resolutions signed by the former Government of Saddam
    Hussein. "

    "Kuwait has offered no concessions to Iraq to settle
    differences, beyond the Iraqi border area 2 km with 209 beta and 196 in
    addition to farm 500 metres of abandoned land".

    For his part,
    Deputy Head of the Basra Governorate Council Ahmad Al-Sulaiti said the
    people of Umm Qasr had been subjected to great injustice of the
    interventions of the Kuwaiti side, said in an interview with the "range"
    to "Iraq became a victim of wrong and unfair policies which past regime
    after magnitude accepted UN resolutions which provided for the
    deduction of hundreds of kilometers from the Iraqi territory and its
    annexation to the Kuwaiti side."

    The student Parliament for
    Basra, the Federal Government concluded a new agreement with Kuwaiti
    counterpart to demarcate the border between the two countries, as they
    condemned the shooting, which took place on the border of the Iraqi and
    Kuwaiti nationals affected by the demarcation procedure Sunday.

    He
    said the State of law bloc MP Mansour al-Tamimi with a number of other
    MPs from Basra in a press conference Wednesday that "the Convention tent
    Safwan murky atmosphere will make unfair among Iraqis and Kuwaitis for
    centuries", and invited the Iraqi and Kuwaiti Governments and the United
    Nations to reconsider that agreement and shut down procedures for the
    demarcation of the border currently implemented. "

    Tamimi said
    that "the Convention was concluded in abnormal conditions between Saddam
    Hussein and the Government of Kuwait, under the auspices of the United
    Nations, aimed at deterring and punishing the former Iraqi regime
    against Kuwait invasion", pointing out that "Conservative MPs condemned
    the attacks on citizens protesting the demarcation in the Umm Qasr area,
    call the Department of Interior and local government in Basra to
    investigate the shooting and found wanting".

    Meanwhile, Basra
    Governorate Council Member said Kazem Hussein Al-Moussawi at the
    Conference "the position of the provincial government has not lived up
    to the level of crisis."

    The Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry
    Undersecretary Khaled Al-Jarallah said that his Government had submitted
    a memorandum to the United Nations and to the Iraqi Government,
    expressing dismay at the number of Iraqis on the common border between
    the two countries.

    And the Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs of
    Kuwait expressed confidence that a "brothers in Iraq" will seriously to
    surround this incident and enable the difference that maintenance of
    the boundary markers from the performance of its functions and role and
    the completion of maintenance in accordance with the schedule prepared
    it is the end of the month. "



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