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Kurds withdraw from negotiations to form a government
« on: September 06, 2014, 06:41:16 AM »
Kurds withdraw from negotiations to form a government

BAGHDAD - ((eighth day))

The delegation negotiating the Kurdistan Alliance, on Saturday, withdrew from negotiations to form a government.

A spokesman for the delegation said in a statement Raundozi Lord's ((eighth day)) that "the Kurds will not participate in the government do not know its own merits."

He added that "the Kurdish delegation during his last meeting with the National Alliance did not give any guarantees have not been reached as a result of the budget and the salaries of the staff of the Kurdistan region."

Raundozi confirmed that "the Kurdish delegation works constantly and make every effort in order to reach his goal with the National Alliance."

He pointed to "the existence of today's meeting of the negotiating Kurdish delegation in Baghdad with Prime Minister-designate Haider Abadi, and after the final decision will be taken."

This saw the negotiations for the formation of the government of differences between the political blocs on the demands of each party, led to halt the dialogues more than once, most recently announced Union national forces withdrew to the lack of response Abadi paper rights that students include in the government program, according to the announcement source from within the last meeting for the EU delegation with Abadi. (AA)

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