Maliki's coalition for a parliamentary announce support for her coalition to divide Iraq after Daash and prepared by the "perfect solution"
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Twilight News / Ferdous al-Awadi, deputy coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki announced on Friday that the coalition supports the division of Iraq Project and the independence of the Kurdistan Region with him after the expulsion of the terrorist organization Daash, while this option has promised the best solution for stability and out of the political crisis.
Al-Awadi said in a statement responded to the Twilight News, said that "Baghdad is safe from any threat by Daash terrorist, and working to improve its international relations."
She added that "once defeat al Daash must divide Iraq into three separate entities for the Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds to prevent further bloodshed" and resolve the political crisis, "indicating that" the lack of confidence reached a level not allowed by remaining (the Iraqis) under one roof. "
Recursive and pointed out that "after the withdrawal from Iraq Daash strengthen the partition plan Kurdistan because it is the best solution for stability in Iraq for fear of continuing the ongoing sectarian strife between the communities of the country and the ideal solution for the Iraqi policy."
The head of the Security Council in the Kurdistan Region Barzani has said in a newspaper interview that once the defeat al Daash must divide Iraq into three separate entities for the Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds to prevent further bloodshed.
He said Barzani, the son of Massoud Barzani, President of Kurdistan Region that the lack of confidence to the level does not allow they must remain "under one roof".
He added that "federalism did not work and therefore either a confederation or full secession ... If we have a three-nation confederation would have three capitals of equal not above the one on the other."[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.][You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]