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    Araji expects near return for Kurdish MPs, Ministers to parliament, government

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    Araji expects near return for Kurdish MPs, Ministers to parliament, government  Empty Araji expects near return for Kurdish MPs, Ministers to parliament, government

    Post by notazbad2000 Mon 29 Apr 2013, 2:11 pm

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    <p style="text-align: left; unicode-bidi: embed; direction: ltr;" class="MsoNormal">Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) -Baha al-Araji, head of the parliament Ahrar bloc associated to the Iraqi National Alliance expected closeness of the Kurdish MPs and Ministers’ return to the parliament and government.
    Araji told IraqiNews.com “It is expected the Kurdish MPs and ministers to rejoin their offices post the visit of Kurdistan delegation to Baghdad and its meeting with the INA.”
    “There are important strategic relations that link the Kurdistan Alliance and the INA which should not be neglected where any flounder in these relations would affect the political situation in Iraq,” he added.
    “Both sides showed real intentions to end the problems and settle all the pending issues as per the Constitution where technical commissions will be formed to settle those issues, hence this meeting stands for a good start to halt the Kurdish MPs, Ministers’ boycott for the federal parliament and the government,” Araji concluded.


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    Araji expects near return for Kurdish MPs, Ministers to parliament, government  Empty BREAKING NEWS Cabinet session postponed until Thursday for Kurdish ministers to attend

    Post by Bama Diva Mon 29 Apr 2013, 3:37 pm

    BREAKING NEWS Cabinet session postponed until Thursday for Kurdish ministers to attend

    29/04/2013 22:21:00

    Baghdad (NINA) – The Cabinet's weekly meeting is been postponed until Thursday, to allow time for Kurdish ministers attend.

    Official source told NINA on Monday, Apr. 29, that the meeting held, earlier in the day, between the Kurdish Alliance's delegation, headed by the region's Prime Minister, Nechirvan Barazani, and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, resulted in agreement of the Kurdish side for Kurdish ministers to participate in cabinet's sessions.

    Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki discussed with the Region's Prime Minister, Nechirvan Barazani, and the delegation accompanying him means of cooperation and coordination between the Government and the Region.

    A statement issued by Maliki's Office said that the two discussed points of disagreement, in frank and serious atmosphere, as well as the mutual desire to find solutions for all outstanding issues; they have agreed on working all disputed issues in accordance with the Constitution and the Federal System of united Iraq. / End.

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