Alliance Alcardstadta hopes on the return of Talabani to end differences
Baghdad, (Rn) : The Kurdistan Alliance bloc Sunday, hoped that the resolve of President Jalal Talabani after his return to the country's political differences, indicating that the reform paper had no effect so far.
And spin wide differences between the coalition of state law and the Iraqi against the backdrop of recent indictment of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of mismanaging the country.
The deputy head of Muhsin al-Sadoun bloc, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) "We Think of the President of the Republic after returning to convene a meeting to resolve the national political differences."
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He pointed out that "there were only return Talabani to resolve the differences, on the grounds that a reform paper has no effect until now," adding that "he can to convene the national meeting."
And whether the national meeting will be held before determining a standardized worksheet which discusses, among Sadoun that "the meetings that will be held prior to the call for a national meeting has resolved this matter."
And exacerbated differences between Baghdad and Erbil over the past few months on pending issues since the adoption of the country's constitution in 2005.
The differences relate to the management of oil wealth and disputed areas the former regime change its demographic in favor of Arabs at the expense of the Kurds, in addition to the budget of the Kurdistan Regional Guard "Peshmerga" and other files.
The face of the region more than once barbs to al-Maliki, accusing him of seeking to monopolize power. But an agreement reached last week between the Kurdistan region and the federal government could end the crisis lasted for more than four months on the export of oil from the region and foreign oil companies dues.