Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) The Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, emphasized that the current dialogue with Kurdistan Region is under the limits of the constitution, assuring that any dialogue among all sides must be adherent to constitution.
In a TV interview, he said “The mere fact that the Iraqi voters will participate in the elections is considered as a success,” noting that “We are interested in achieving a genuine compete among the various candidates.”
“The public supervision is very important because if the Parliament is monitoring the Government performance, then the people are monitoring both parliament and government,” he concluded.
Earlier, Maliki and the Kurdish delegation agreed upon the necessity of avoiding the tensions and keeping on the dialogues to as well as forming committees to solve the problems.
A statement by Maliki’s office received by IraqiNews.com cited “Maliki received the Kurdish delegation at his office in Baghdad on Thursday,” noting that “Both sides discussed the disputed cases in positive atmospheres.”
It is worth mentioning that the Kurdish delegation arrived in Bagdad on last Wednesday.