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A Democratic Leader: Final Touches To Redeploy The Peshmerga And Ready To Rescue Crises With Baghdad

A leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Imad Baglan, revealed the final touches between Baghdad and Erbil, for the return of Wat Peshmerga to Kirkuk.

Baglan said (for Furat News) that “the security agreement for the return of the Peshmerga to Kirkuk is far from the application of Article 140,” adding that “more than 130 terrorist operations took place in the disputed areas of Khanaqin passing through the Hamrin and Kirkuk basin,” describing them as “hotspots.” And ISIS takes advantage of the security vacuum at night to intimidate and displace the citizens. ”

He referred to “a forthcoming visit in the next few days to a delegation from the Ministry of Defense to Erbil to put the finishing touches to the return of the joint deployment of the security forces,” returning to it as a “military and security move by selection,” recalling “5 field committees were formed during the resignation of the Adel Abdul Mahdi government and after he stepped down from The authority stops the activities of the committees. ”

Baglan pointed out that “after the formation of the current government headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi, these elves returned to their work, and the Peshmerga will not enter Kirkuk, but will be present at its outskirts to stabilize security.” Our accusation of disturbing security in it is not correct. ”

He continued, “40 villages in Khanaqin from the Kurds were displaced from their areas by the ISIS terrorist, security forces, and the popular crowd were unable to protect them.”

Baglan said that “the Kurdistan government has expressed its willingness to solve the problems and its whistle-blowing, including the handover of border crossings and the oil of the region through resorting to the constitution, except that Baghdad used the salaries of employees as a pressure card on the region.”

On the Turkish incursion, Baglan explained by saying that he “came according to an agreement concluded between Ankara and Baghdad in 1984 and renewed in 1995 and the federal government is the legal heir to the previous regime and must deal with this issue as it deals with neighboring countries.”

And he went on to say, “Article 110 of the constitution recognizes that protecting borders is one of the priorities of the central government, and the leadership of the border guards over the federal government and their direct association with Baghdad,” noting that “Baghdad did not move a resident and the region condemned this act, but the matter remains with the Iraqi government.”

Regarding the security changes made by the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa al-Kazimi, Baglan said, “We have reservations about the changes in the high security positions after excluding the Kurdish component from their approval, knowing that Articles 9, 105 and 106 of the constitution affirmed the participation of all components in the state system and important centers including security.” Synonym ”

Baghlan concluded his speech by saying, “The crisis of trust between the government and the Kurdish and Sunni components exists and we do not want to make these changes a stumbling block and we have to support the government of Al-Kazemi in this critical period.” Noting that ”

the federal capital is not the property of anyone but is the property of all and we assume the position in it is not a favor to us.” Source