Baghdad - INA – Soma Al-Jaf
On Tuesday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party revealed the most prominent files that the Kurdish delegation will discuss with Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi.
Deputy Kurdistan Democratic Party, Diyar Barwari said: "A government delegation will visit Baghdad to discuss a number of files related to previous agreements between the center and the region in matters of budget, oil and partnership in the government," noting that "the delegation, upon its arrival in Baghdad, will meet with Allawi to discuss these outstanding issues."
Barwari added that "the marginalization of the Kurds as a major component of the Iraqi people will negatively affect the constitution."
Barwari explained that "the Kurds continue to participate in the government and not boycott Baghdad even in light of the differences," noting that "the differences in the way the country is run require the presence to Baghdad to find appropriate solutions to all outstanding problems between the center and the region."
The parliamentary group, Kurdistan Islamic Group, today, Tuesday, revealed the rejection of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, the proposals of the two main Kurdish parties on forming a government.