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 Leading the Supreme Council requires "repentance" Saudi Arabia to intervene in the Iraqi situation to reconcile with it

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PostSubject: Leading the Supreme Council requires "repentance" Saudi Arabia to intervene in the Iraqi situation to reconcile with it   Wed Sep 13, 2017 11:43 pm

Leading the Supreme Council requires "repentance" Saudi Arabia to intervene in the Iraqi situation to reconcile with it



Wednesday, September 13,

Alsumaria News / Baghdad ,
confirmed by a member of the leadership of the Islamic Supreme Council Jalaluddin al - Saghir , Wednesday, that the Council "does not accept" referendum Kurdistan is not the way to deal with the Iraqi government, while stipulate a condition "repentance" for Saudi Arabia to intervene in the Iraqi situation to reconcile with them.

"The Supreme Council can not accept the referendum of Kurdistan," said al-Saghir, in an interview with the program "Another Angle," which is broadcast by the Sumerian satellite. "We can not accept dealing with the Iraqi government in this way, .

"You said that the Kurdish oil is sold to the Turkish ports and at the same time the Kurdistan government said the money did not reach the treasury," he wondered, "this matter Happened with the presence of an Iraqi government, what if it had happened and you have nothing but singled out Massoud Barzani. "

He warned a member of the leadership of the Supreme Council that "the division of Iraq leads to great destruction and great wars," noting that "the Iraqi government, what we decide as the forces of a mobilization of them."

The Iraqi Council of Representatives voted on Tuesday (September 12, 2017) to reject the referendum of Kurdistan and to oblige Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi to take "all measures to preserve the unity of Iraq," while the Kurdish deputies withdrew from the parliament after the vote.

On the other hand, did not rule out the small "to get conciliation with Saudi Arabia if it repents for the thing that I did during that period is to intervene in all the Iraqi situation in a way contrary to the political process," adding that "the absence of files on Saudi Arabia is due to a defect in the Iraqi governments and not that Saudi Arabia She has nothing. "

"Mowaffaq al-Rubaie took with him Saudi princes who were detained and belong to terrorism and handed them over to Saudi Arabia," he said. "Saudi Arabia has done a counter-action to the political process, which is clearer than it is."

On June 19, 2017, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi visited Saudi Arabia as part of a regional tour that also included Kuwait and Iran.

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