Nawshirwan doesn’t accept impossible conditions : Building the next government

ERBIL- shafaaq- 30-11-2013 – The secretary of the political bureau of Kurdistan Democratic Party KDP, Fadhil Mirani said on Saturday that his party would not accept impossible conditions from any other party to form the next Kurdistan government, as ruled out that Change movement leader, Nawshirwan Mustafa has imposed conditions on the Kurdistan president, Massoud Barzani.

Mirani said in an interview with al-Shaq al-Awsat newspaper, that “his party does not impose conditions on any of the political parties and entities that will negotiate with them and in return would not accept the impossible conditions that no one can implement. Denying that Nawshirwan Mustafa, leader of Change movement has imposed any conditions on the party. He added that his party won the majority of the allies and has what insures half +1.

The Secretary of the Political Bureau of the KDP expressed his satisfaction with the response of political parties and political components in the region to participate in the coming regional government after commissioning, Nechirvan Barzani to form it, pointing out that Kurdistan and Iraq need calm in the next four years to reconcile between the parties as well as understanding between the parliament and the government.

Mirani renewed the emphasis on his party ‘s commitment on a “strategic agreement” concluded between him and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK, rejecting rumors about the end of this agreement after meeting Massoud Barzani, Nechirvan Barzani and Nawshirwan Mustafa, the leader of Change movement.

However, Mirani mentioned that the circumstances are not evolved till now, emphasizing the need for the region and Iraq for the continuation of this agreement (if the two sides want that).

On the other hand, Mirani said that the Kurds should not give up the presidency of the republic which is ” a national entitlement,” explaining that the President of the Republic has the power to request the withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister and the Kurds will be considered as ” first -class citizens.”On Baghdad’s concern from the Region’s steps towards “separation and declaring an independent state,” Mirani said that “there is no Kurdish who do not wish independence and the formation a state of their own, and this is what leaders of this people have struggled for,” stressing at the same time that ” it is not that easy.”