Political consensus to reject partition plans

Monday 27th January 2020 - 16:58

Political consensus to reject partition plans

Baghdad - INA - Nassar al-Hajj - Thaer Jabbar

Representatives from different blocs agreed on the necessity of the unity of Iraq and rejected any attempts to divide it by establishing the regions.

The leader of the National Salvation Front, Ahmed Al-Massari, said in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency : "His front rejects outright any plan that leads to the division of Iraq through the creation of regions," noting that "the National Salvation Front relies on the awareness of citizens and their response to such projects." . Al-Massari denied "the news that talks about the existence of efforts to establish a province in Anbar province," stressing that "this news is completely false."

For his part, Abdullah Al-Kharbit, a member of the Union of Forces, rejected any attempt to divide the country along sectarian lines. Al-Kharbit said in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency: "Most countries support a strong, independent Iraq that is a bridge for friendliness and common interests with its neighbors, and it does not turn into small tribal groups that fight with each other."

As for the head of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Deputy Muhammad Al-Ghabban, he affirmed that the “Sunni” politicians reject the project of dividing their regions.

Al-Ghabban said in a statement to the Iraqi Sons Agency : "After the failure of the Dash terrorist project, the Iraqis became more aware and aware of the plans of the enemies," noting that "Sunni politicians reject partition projects and will not be deceived by the plot of the century deal."