(صوت العراق) - 04-08-2009 (Voice of Iraq) - 04-08-2009
Parliamentary sources said that the meetings held by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's leadership with the flag in Sulaimaniyah resulted in an agreement to set up new committees to resolve differences between the government and the Kurdistan Region, according to the schedule no later than the date for general elections.
The MP said in parliament, Mahmoud Othman, "It was during the talks held in the province of Sulaymaniyah, Maliki, agree on the formation of committees in which representatives from various political blocs to start from where the five committees formed earlier for the same goal.
He near the composition of such committees to begin work in the examination of the points of difference between the central government and the province of Kurdistan, adding that the nature of the committees and their working mechanisms will be identified during the upcoming visit of the President of Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani to Baghdad.
For his part, said a source close to the meetings held in Dukan resort during the past two days, the presence of President Jalal Talabani and Kurdistan regional president Massoud Barzani said that "the flag-Maliki and leaders have the range of options and ideas will be put in the negotiations to be held in Baghdad in order to reach compromise solutions , saying in a statement to "Al Sabah" The two sides are determined to reach a final solution to all outstanding issues. "
Maliki has vowed to eliminate Halabja during his visit yesterday, not to alienate the rights of the martyrs who have been the victim of the repressive practices of the system Alambad.
The prime minister in a speech before a crowd of people of the city's "Days of the Baath dictatorship will not return, despite the money spent and that the perpetrators of crimes of Anfal and Halabja should be duly punished.