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History of edits:: 03.06.2016 20:30 • 73 visits readable
[Oan- Baghdad] 
said a source familiar with the heads of Kurdish blocs in parliament , will meet with Prime Minister Haider al -Abadi on Sunday evening.
The source told all of Iraq [where] that "the meeting will be held at 10 pm today and is likely to discuss the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil, the outstanding issues between them."


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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi


Editor: BK, BS 03.06.2016 22:46 Number ofViews: 93 



Long-Presse / Baghdad

A senior source revealed, on Sunday evening, the start of the meeting of the Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, with Kurdish blocs to discuss the reform program and the demands of those blocs.     

The source said in an interview with the (long-Presse) The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, began shortly before a meeting with the heads of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc is focused on the new mechanism in his reform and entitlements of the Peshmerga and the peasants and the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil. "

The Abadi, took part on Sunday in a meeting of the National Alliance, which took place in Karbala (108 km south of Baghdad), and resulted in a joint statement, rejected the uniqueness of any faction political decision and bear arms in the capital Baghdad and other provinces, while calling for a peaceful demonstrations and abide by the law in specific places to protect them, he emphasized his support for the reforms and the ministerial change called for by al-Abadi.

The Kurdish blocs insist on the entitlements of the new government, and that holds at least 20 percent of her luggage, or the equivalent weight in the House of Representatives.

It suffers relationship Baghdad and Erbil from the crisis "distrust chronic" problems barbed including oil file, and the Peshmerga, and Article 140 of the Constitution, to name a few, have the parties' efforts have failed so far, at least, in resolving the decade, despite the numerous agreements that Obermaha by and most recently the oil accord the end of last year 2014, which did not hold only a few months.   

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History of edits:: 07/03/2016 8:59 • 83 visits readable
[Where - Baghdad] 
Search Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi with leaders of the Kurdish blocs and parliamentary reforms ministerial file and change.
A statement by his press office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of the Abadi was held yesterday evening , " a meeting with the leaders of the Kurdish blocs parliamentary During the meeting , they discussed political, security and economic situation in the country and move forward with the implementation of reforms and communication between the center and the region and to discuss the cabinet reshuffle expected." 
It was MP for the coalition of Kurdish blocs Kawa Muhammad's [where] yesterday , "We will look to meet with the outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil in the oil file and the budget of the Kurdistan region and the ministerial change and the salaries of the Peshmerga Prime Minister." 
He added , "Snellgh [Abadi] save rights components in the cabinet reshuffle by 20% from the government. "

History of edits:: 07/03/2016 13:46 • 86 visits readable
[Oan- Baghdad] 
deputy for the coalition of Kurdish blocs that Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi said , and agreed to grant share of the Kurds in the forthcoming cabinet reshuffle and he would launch an initiative to bring out the Kurdistan region and help from the financial crisis. "
He said the mass Jemaah Islamiah , the parliamentary chairman Ahmed Haji Rashid , who attended the meeting of the heads and a representative of the Kurdish blocs in parliament with Abadi latter 's office yesterday evening that " the meeting discussed a number of important topics , including the differences between the KRG and the federal government, and in this regard, the Prime Minister expressed his willingness to launch initiative towards the Kurdistan region which is assisting the region in the economic sphere and take out the Kurdistan region from the financial crisis afflicting. " 
He added Rashid" We also discussed the reforms undertaken by Prime Minister file, and the need to be holistic, we emphasized the need to be Kurds 20% in the government, and the Prime Minister agreed to this proposal, as we have agreed to put forward several candidates to fill ministerial posts in order to be prime minister free to choose the candidate who suits him in the government work. " 
He said Kurdish lawmaker" We also talked about the need to be for the Kurdistan region 's share of foreign loans given to Iraq Abbadi and expressed its readiness to exchange Kurdistan region , the proportion of such loans provided that the province provides guarantees to repay these loans jointly, as we talked about entitlements peasants of Kurdistan, and in this issue also Abadi confirmed approval of the disbursement of these funds. " 
said the parliamentarian Ahmed Haji Rashid" We we raised the subject of treatment of the injured chemical weapons, and we went back and studied Abadi treat those wounded at government expense. "
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Kurds are demanding representation by 20 percent in the government of technocrats


 Since 03.07.2016 at 01:13 (Baghdad time)


Baghdad balances News

An informed source / balances News / The meeting of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi with a delegation from the Kurdistan Alliance bloc focused on stifling crisis in the Kurdistan region and Baghdad's contribution in solving it, in addition to the battle to liberate Mosul and claim up to 20 percent representation in the government of technocrats.

The source explained that the conferees discussed the oil file and Budget, where the prime minister to solve the stifling display in the Kurdistan region of Iraq crisis, and he delivers salaries if they left the oil of the Iraqi government holds the marketing and selling it.

He also pointed out that the conferees discussed Achham file Peshmerga in Mosul editing process and the need to support it, also discussed the upcoming reshuffle.

The MP for the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Mohammed said Kaveh L / balance News / they would discuss with Abadi, "the issue of maintaining the Kurdish component in the reshuffle rights by not less than 20 percent of ministerial cabin."

Also he pointed out that he will discuss the oil file and the salaries of the Peshmerga. "

For his part, MP said the Islamic Group of Kurdistan Zana happy that Kurdish blocs agreed to share the Kurdish component in the government of technocrats at least 20 percent, the same percentage in the parliament. "

The Kurdish delegation may discuss the reshuffle with the political body of the Sadrist movement in a meeting between Sheikh Walid Alkrimoa and Prince Kanani and bright Naji Ali Shukri and Hani punitive in addition to , but Talabani and Kawa Mohammed Zana Said and others, and discussed the situation of al- Sadr 's Reform Project ,according to a statement issued by Sadr 's office.

Comes the meetings of the delegation Kurdish blocs in Baghdad at the time ended the two offices politicians Kurdistan Democratic Party and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan ( PUK ) meeting, Bmsif Salahuddin in Irbil, and issued two offices politicians joint statement highlighted the crisis in the Kurdistan Region, especially the political crisis and ways to address the political crisis as a principle basis for achieving the unity of position and addressing the economic, administrative and security crises .

The statement noted, that during the meeting between the two sides "to reach a number of fundamental resolve crises Mtfahin demands of the Kurds and the protection of the Kurdistan region, despite the experience of some of the variation in the principles of ideas."

It was emphasized that the alliance and coordination between the two sides and with all parties, and according to those foundations decide to simplify the points of the meeting to develop a program has the support and agreement of all parties, through practical steps to stabilize the situation and activating the Parliament and strengthen the affairs of the Kurdistan Regional Government. "

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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi meeting with representatives of Kurdish blocs


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Editor: AHF, BS 3/7/2016 14:59 Number of Views: 191 



Long-Presse / Baghdad

Deputy Speaker of Parliament Aram Sheikh Ali, on Monday, that the meeting between Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and a coalition of Kurdish blocs to discuss the problems between Baghdad and Erbil, the new government lineup, while pointing to the need for representation of political blocs new ministerial cab by electoral maturity, he stressed that Baghdad will prepare The background paper to its demands with the province to reach a solution to the differences between the parties.

Sheikh Ali said in an interview with (long-Presse), "The meeting of the Kurdish blocs with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Sunday, the outstanding problems between Baghdad and Kurdistan, as well as discuss the new ministerial cabin ministerial change for the start of the new reforms."

Sheikh Ali said that "the matters discussed at the meeting is the issue of national balance and the need to ensure the representation of the components of new cabin, whether comprehensive or partial, as well as the rights of peasants and coordination between the legislative and executive government," stressing "the participation of the political components of the new cabin according to the principle of Merit election. "

Deputy Speaker said that "the meeting touched on the dispute between the central government and the Kurdistan region and there will be a message or a working paper to the government will determine the basic demands centered around the differences between the parties," noting that "Alchristani delegation will after receiving the government's message to build continue between the province and the center bridge to reach a solution with regard to this file ".

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History of edits:: 07/03/2016 13:59 • 190 visits readable
[Where - Baghdad] 
deputy said the movement of Kurdish change , "Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi plans to address the political blocs to nominate independent names in the cabinet reshuffle."
The MP Serwa Abdul Wahid told all of Iraq [where] that "al - Abadi discussed during his meeting with leaders of the Kurdish blocs yesterday disagreement between Baghdad and Arbil , and the need to find mechanisms to solve them as well as the claim of the Kurdistan region to export oil through the [sOMO] until the agreement between the two sides runs and region welcomed this idea. " 
she added , " As for the cabinet reshuffle Abadi said during the meeting that he will address all the political blocs to send separate names , one of the choice of professionals and talented ones. " 
she said Abdul Wahid said , " the prime minister also discussed the internal problems in the region and stressed the need to be resolved because it affecting the reputation of Iraq. " 
She continued , " We as a bloc supporters of the prime minister in the cabinet reshuffle change and that he must be comprehensive and not selective, "pointing out that" the Kurdistan Alliance MP Khosro Goran, said during the meeting that a delegation from the province has prepared to visit Baghdad to resolve differences between the both sides. " 
held Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi on Sunday held a meeting with leaders of the Kurdish blocs parliamentary looked through reforms Ministerial and change file. 
the mass of Jemaah Islamiah , the parliamentary chairman Ahmed Haji Rashid , who attended the meeting said Abadi" and agreed to grant share of the Kurds in the cabinet reshuffle expected and he would launch an initiative to bring out the Kurdistan region and help from the financial crisis. "
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History of edits:: 3.9.2016 11:20 • 173 visits readable
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revealed deputy for the National Alliance for the development of Kurdish blocs and the Alliance of Iraqi forces conditions for the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi in a cabinet reshuffle.
Said Jassim Mohammed Jaafar told all of Iraq [where] that " the heads of the representative of the Kurdish blocs told Abadi at their last meeting on Monday asking them to grant the Kurds three ministries in the government of technocrats or any cabinet reshuffle." 
He added , "The coalition forces have imposed the survival of some of the characters as Minister of Education and Planning , "likely" spasm more conditions must be found soon be resolved. " 
he pointed Jaafar that" most went blocs is awarded with the right to government representation. " 
the National Alliance leaders reiterated in a statement after their meeting last Sunday in Karbala province , " the coalition 's position National support for the reforms and the ministerial change, called by Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, and to move them in order to provide the best for the Iraqi people. " 
said President Fuad Masum" the call for a government of technocrats not meaning to be a minister from outside to participate in the political process , political parties and has many members in parliament . " 
the mass of Jemaah Islamiah , the parliamentary chairman Ahmed Haji Rashid , who attended the meeting of the Kurdish groups with al - Abadi on Monday said the prime minister" and agreed to grant share of the Kurds in the cabinet reshuffle expected and that he will address all the political blocs to send separate names , one of the choice of professionals and talented ones . " . 
it is said that al - Abadi plans for a cabinet reshuffle in his government, and called for the formation of a government of technocrats away from quotas, but he did not get the authorization from the House of Representatives when it hosted in February 20 last year. 
most of the political blocs and demanding the prime minister the need to consulted and parliamentary approval any change of government. 
a spokesman for the office of Prime Minister Saad al - Hadithi's [where], that "there are positive signals to reach over a short period towards an agreement put forward the names of candidates for the cabins technocrat government."
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Kurdistan authorizes Abadi choose his cabinet within the new selection

 Since 03/09/2016 13:33 pm (Baghdad time)


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It confirmed the Kurdistan Democratic Alliance bloc, Wednesday, that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is a comprehensive determines the type of change or in part, and ministers chosen by him as well.

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi had met Sunday with leaders of the National Alliance in the province of Karbala and night with the Kurdistan Alliance in Baghdad. 

The bloc's chairman Khosro Goran / balances News /, said that "the meeting held by the Kurdistan Alliance with Abadi ensure that the situation in Iraq in general and then. The security situation and the formation of the government and the demonstrations that took place recently."

He added that "al-Abadi discussed with the alliance relationship between Arbil and Baghdad leaders and how to find solutions to the outstanding problems between the province and the center solutions."

He said Curran, "The meeting also resulted in the introduction of new selection to the government," pointing out that "Abadi asked the coalition to provide the names."

Curran stressed that "the subject of global change and the partial return to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi," noting that "he would write what he wants and the Kurdistan Alliance Sgiebh on it."

It is said that Prime Minister Haider Abedi had been asked by host in the House of Representatives last week, a mandate for change and reforms, which was rejected by the Council and agreed to the change ".anthy

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History of edits:: 11.03.2016 8:35 • 95 visits readable
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The deputy from the Kurdistan Alliance, "Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi called on the Kurdish delegation to help him in a vision about the center and the region problems."
Said Muthana Amin told all of Iraq [where] that "Abadi requested the assistance of the Kurdish delegation in the formation of vision on the problems related to the relationship center and the region , " pointing out that "al -Abadi called on Kurds transparently deal about the special province of Kurdistan oil imports , which are supposed Tzlmiha to national blister Inc. Sumo by private general budget of the 2016 agreement. " 
He added that" the delegation of the Kurds demanded from his side during the meeting , taking into account the Kurds rights by their presence in the legislature, which amounts to 20% , "adding that" the Kurdish groups stressed the need to be Kurdish blocs responsible names the nomination of the new ministerial positions. " 
He pointed out that" the Kurdish groups stressed the need to enter the bodies that degree of ministries in the new government of change, and that interfere with the Prime Minister to resolve the new financial and living distress and to consider the benefits of the Peshmerga and entitlements of farmers ' financial allocations for the province of Halabja for two years , is in 2015 and 2016 . " 
and that" the delegation discussed the subject of agricultural and industrial projects launched by the central bank and the mechanism of Industrialists and Zraaaa Alaqilm them take advantage. " 
held Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi Sunday's meeting with the leaders of the Kurdish blocs parliamentary looked through reforms Ministerial and change file. 
The mass of Jemaah Islamiah , the parliamentary chairman Ahmed Haji Rashid , who attended the meeting said Abadi "and agreed to grant share of the Kurds in the forthcoming cabinet reshuffle and he would launch an initiative to help the Kurdistan region and take it out of the financial crisis."
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