Tomorrow/Baghdad: Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Sunday, Kurds have decided their fate when they vote on the Constitution, which stipulates that a single federal State, independent Iraq, the elections will not be postponed for one hour.
Al-Maliki said in a televised address by “tomorrow”, “I never agamel anyone at the expense of Iraq, I will only Iraqis with respect to all identities, I challenge that comes one with two and even one point, while I will give them dozens of irregularities.”
Maliki, Kurdistan’s repeated threats of secession, saying “no one has the right in the territory or elsewhere that violates the Constitution, the self-determination of the Kurds had decided their fate when they vote on the Constitution, which stipulates that a single federal State, independent Iraq, Constitution, guarantor of the unity of Iraq.”
Often declared President of Kurdistan and some officials and threatened with separation of the Kurdistan region of Iraq and the establishment of a Kurdish State and secession as a pressure on the Central Government in Baghdad to achieve some personal gains at the expense of the interest of other provinces.
Asked about the position of Anbar clans of terrorism, said Al-Maliki “Lula parking clans with us we oppose terrorist wave.”
“We have no sectarian confessional but political, sectarian politicians sit down on Cultism to gain support,” he said, adding that “all Iraqis against sectarian orientation and foreign interventions.”
And about the possibility of postponing the elections, Maliki said “I confirm elections will be postponed for one hour, and they bargained me to delay my response was that it would defer and not one hour”, adding “we want to change so that we can work and align with anyone who wants to build Iraq and strong unified State and not stolen will state