Disputes between CG & KRG created by foreign agendas, says Mutleg
Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) MP Hamid al-Mutleg of the Iraqiya Slate stressed that the disputes between the Iraqi Central Government and the Kurdistan Regional Government are created by foreign sides to disperse the Iraq’s unity.
Mutleg told IraqiNews.com “We believe that foreign agendas are behind the disputes between Baghdad and Erbil that aim to divide Iraq through creating strife between its communities.”
“We uphold the Central Government’s procedures in moving the security forces according to the Constitution, and call at the same time both sides to adopt dialogue to peacefully settle this crisis,” he concluded.
The last few days witnessed an escalation in the tension between Baghdad and Erbil on the background of the recent events that took place in Tuz Khormato district of Salah il-Din province on last Friday when elements from Dijla Operations Command clashed with bodyguards of a Kurdish figure in Tikrit city, capital of Salah il-Din resulted in killing a civilian and injuring a number of Dijla OC’s elements.