A spokesman for the Kurdistan Alliance in the Iraqi Council of Representatives that America did not impose any pressure on the Kurds to give up their rights and the granting of additional seats to the other nationalities.
The Roandzi Faryad told Kurdistan News (AKnews) that "the rumors from the imposition of American pressure on the Kurds is pure propaganda with no basis, America did not put pressure on the Kurds at any time to force him to abandon his rights."
He pointed out that "giving the seats in the House of Representatives to the Arabs and Turkmen law would require a constitutional text and not in the Constitution such a thing," stressing that they will not accept any action outside the constitution will not agree to give seats to other parties."
At the beginning of last week, is to find a solution to the problem of election law in the Iraqi parliament, the United Nations proposed a register of voters in 2009, giving the seat of compensatory seats for each of the Turkmen and Arabs in Kirkuk, the Kurdistan Alliance rejected the proposal.
Scheduled to take place in January 16 next elections Iraqi Council of Representatives, but the Iraqi political parties have yet to reach agreement on a draft electoral law.