Ban Ki-moon warns of new security deterioration in Iraq, if not solve political problems
Monday 09 2012 13:08 GMT
Sumerian News / Baghdad: Said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, that the security situation in Iraq may be exposed to degradation from new if it is not to find solutions to political problems in the country, and called on Iraqi leaders to redouble their efforts and work in a spirit of national success of the National Congress, as confirmed in same time that the solutions to the issue of internal borders of the governorates of Iraq is critical for the stability of the situation in the country. said Ban Ki-moon in remarks cited by the second periodic report submitted by the United Nations Mission in Iraq to the UN Security Council under resolution 2001 in 2011, and received "Alsumaria News" copy of it, "Iraq's leaders operate in a spirit of national unity to ensure a peaceful future bright for the country."
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and added that "the current political situation highlights the many outstanding issues that remain to be resolved to achieve national reconciliation", stressing said, "I am afraid that if not addressed these issues in a meaningful way, through an inclusive dialogue, may lead to renewed political tensions have a negative impact on the security situation in the country. "
He said that that "the national conference proposed by President Jalal Talabani, is an important opportunity to end the current stalemate and begin to dialogue that can address the political differences remaining, "calling on" all leaders to redouble efforts for the success of the conference and ensure to take place in a spirit of consensus and partnership. "
The head of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Osama Najafi said, in April 4, 2012, the National Congress, which defined by President Jalal Talabani held on the fifth of April 2012, "will not hold," attributing the cause to the widening differences between the political blocs, but President Jalal Talabani called for, (April 5, 2012), the Preparatory Committee to intensify efforts to reach understandings to determine a new date for meeting national, demanding political forces not to impose pre-conditions, while the description of the positions of some parties to "negative" that led to the postponement of the meeting.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations to "make progress improvement in the treatment of internal boundaries disputed is still crucial for the stability of Iraq," stressing that "the political stalemate hampering efforts to resolve this accountability and other related matters ". urged Ban Ki-moon Iraqi leaders to "re-confirm their commitment to resolving the issues of the Kurds and Arabs outstanding and to work together with the support of UNAMI." relates to Article 140 of the constitution, the problem of the disputed areas on its ownership, in many provinces Kninoy, Diyala, Salahuddin, Karbala and Anbar, as well as oil-rich Kirkuk, while stressing the Kurds on the application of article that includes a mechanism to solve the problem of its ownership ends to hold a referendum to the views of residents, opposes Kirkuk's Arabs and Turkmenha, as well as Arabs in Nineveh and Diyala, the application of that article.
who put the text of the Constitution in 2005, on the application of Article (disputed) by the end of 2007, but the obstacles that have been raised on them, prevented their full implementation so far, only limited actions such as some families are entitled to receive compensation in accordance with Article and disbursement of funds to them. The report, Ban Ki-moon, the second given under resolution 2001 which was released in July 2011 and which provides for the extension of UN mission in Iraq, "UNAMI" and to report every four months on the extent of progress made by Iraq to the UN Security Council resolutions on the list of Chapter VII, as well as political progress and the problems plaguing the situation in the country. was Ban Ki-moon made his first resolution in the twenty-eighth of November, 2011.
Iraq has been under since 1990 under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the invasion of the regime of President Saddam Hussein of Kuwait in August of the same year, this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, in addition to large amounts of frozen assets in the financial international banks for the purpose of payment of compensation to those affected by the invasion of Kuwait.