Baghdad / Al-Sabah
Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri, the need to restore confidence between the components of the people and the activation of participants, stressing that the referendum should be within the framework of constitutional, while warned of taking «positions fateful» reflected negatively in the overlapping areas.
Jubouri office said in a statement received «morning» a copy of it: «The President of the House of Representatives received the Kurdish political delegation headed by Rose Nuri Shaways», explaining that «the meeting reviewed the most important political and security developments in Iraq», and the transfer of the statement Jubouri, saying:
Orientations of all parties with their approval of the Constitution and in order to strengthen the national cohesion and maintain stability », stressing that« the restoration of confidence among the components of the Iraqi people and the activation of participants is an imperative to overcome the challenges ».
He added that «the referendum option should be within the constitutional framework to ensure the interest of Iraq taking into account the circumstances that the country is going through», calling for «the importance of continuing dialogues to overcome political and security differences between all parties to achieve the interests that preserve the unity of Iraq».
He urged Jubouri to «keep away from the statements of the convulsive by all and the delay in taking the positions of fate can be reflected negatively in the areas where the social interference varied», and praised the Speaker of the «role of the Kurdistan region in dealing with the crisis of displaced persons and efforts to shelter and alleviate their suffering .
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced on Tuesday evening that his dialogue with the Kurdish delegation was in keeping with the interests of the country, while expressing regret over the issue of the referendum on independence after the cooperation of Baghdad and Erbil and their success in eliminating the organization «Daash».
In turn, the Vice-President Nuri al-Maliki told the Kurdish delegation the need to follow the legal and constitutional ways to resolve the differences related to the referendum.
Maliki’s office said in a statement: "The Vice President discussed with the delegation the latest political and security situation in the country, and exchanged views between the two sides on relations between Baghdad and Erbil."
Maliki stressed, according to the statement, "the need to follow the legal and constitutional methods to resolve the differences and issues related to the referendum or any other issue," stressing his keenness to «find outputs that preserve all rights to ensure the unity of Iraq and coexistence between all components
and the Kurdish delegation held a meeting in Baghdad With the Secretary
General of the Badr Organization Hadi al-Amiri, revealed a senior source that
«the delegation intends to hold a series of meetings with prominent political figures, including the head of the National Dialogue Front Saleh al-Mutlaq and the representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations Jan Kubic», and that «the delegation intends to hold a meeting With the National Alliance to discuss a referendum Kurdistan.
The Kurdish delegation met with the President of the Arab Parliament, who is visiting Baghdad on an official visit, the source said: "The Kurdish delegation met with the President of the Arab Parliament Meshaal bin Fahmi peaceful and discussed with him the subject of the referendum," noting that "the meeting had a positive atmosphere .
In the international positions of the Kurdish referendum, Deputy Prime Minister and spokesman of the Turkish government Bakr Bouzdaj said in a press statement: "The referendum on the independence of the Kurdistan region in Iraq scheduled for next month will further destabilize the region," adding that "the decision to proceed with the organization of voting Violates Iraq’s constitution. "
On the other hand, the head of the delegation of the Kurdistan region to Baghdad, Rose Nuri Shaways during a press conference held in Baghdad: "The Prime Minister Haider Abadi expressed his willingness to solve the problems between Baghdad and Erbil through dialogue."