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Post by Ponee on Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:49 am

Erbil Agreement's 19 points




The agreement had the following terms: 95.

1- Commitment to the Iraqi Constitution, with all of its articles without exception, and protection of
Iraq's Federal Democratic system.

2- A coalition government in which all major Iraqi components participate.

3- Commitment to the principle of partnership and participation in decision-making through:
a. Establishment of a Council on National Security, to be created through the passing of a special
law at the same time as the government is formed.
b. Drafting of bylaws for the Council of Ministers that would give it added legitimacy and
institutionalization. Through joint decision-making, the Council would ensure that administrative
and financial powers are shared between the Prime Minister and his deputies.
c. Adherence to the principle of consensus.

4- Formation of a Federal Council within the first year of this Parliament. The President and his deputies
have the right to veto legislation until this Council is formed.

5- Amendment of the current electoral law to guarantee that all Iraqis are represented fairly.

6- The census should be conducted on time in October 2010.

7- Review of the structures of the security and military forces to reflect a fair representation of all Iraqis in
these forces.

8-Introduction of checks and balances in all Ministries and state Institutions.

9-Implimentation of article140 of Iraq's constitution and allocation of the necessary budget within a period that does not exceed two years following the formation of the government.
period that does not exceed two years following the formation of the government.

10- Passage of a law for water resources within the first year of the government formation on the basis of
the latest agreed-upon draft.

11- Passage of a law for oil and gas within the first year of the government formation on the basis of the
latest agreed-upon draft.

12- Supplying the Peshmerga forces with arms, equipment, and funds as part of the Iraqi national defense
system.

13- Support for the Kurdistan's regions candidate for the post of President of the Republic.

14- Compensation for the victims of the former regime, including the victims of the Anfal campaign and
chemical bombings of Halabja and other places.

15- The Kurdistan's region blocks should have a fair representation within the sovereign ministries and other institutions based on national gains in the elections.

16- The Kurdistan Region should have the right to cross-examine candidates for the posts of minister of
any sovereign ministries and those ministries that are relevant to the Region.

17- The Kurdistan regions negotiating team should elect a candidate for the post of the Secretary of the
General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers.

18- In the even that the Kurdistan region's block withdraw from the government due to a clear breach of the constitution, the Iraqi government would then be considered dissolved.
the Constitution, the Iraqi government would then be considered dissolved.

19- The Prime minister's block in both the Parliament and the Council of Ministers must make a commitment to the implementation of the above terms.


Erbil Agreement content disclosed

The Kurdish Globe

The agreement was the basis for the formation of the new Iraqi government's cabinet and political accord

As the winners of the March 2010 parliamentary elections failed to form the new cabinet of the government after eight months, Kurdistan Region's President Massoud Barzani called on a national congress to resolve the disagreements and form the government.

Erbil hosted the conference where President Barzani, Head of State of Law Bloc Nuri al-Maliki and Head of Iraqia party Iyad Allawi reached an agreement, which was signed by Dr. Roj Nuri Shawais, Hassan Sneid and Salman Jumeli, representing the Kurdistani Alliance, National Alliance and Iraqia party, respectively.

Below is the text of the nine-article agreement, which has not previously been published:

A. First Section:

1.Benefits of the members: Reviewing the legislation related to the benefits of the members and amending them (rights, salaries, guards, retirements, financial and administrative authorities).

2. Reforming the parliamentary office: Improving the qualifications of its cadres to be able to responsibly deal with preparing the draft laws for approval, following up the laws of various commissions within specific time limits, as well as not ignoring those laws that are submitted to Parliament as draft laws or suggestions.

B. Second Section:

Laws and Regulations

1.Reestablishing the Constitution Amendment Committee in a way that guarantees the real participation of all the winning blocs in the committee, and achieves the amendments that have been agreed upon.

2.Setting specific time limits for the laws: Setting specific approval time for all laws that are required under the Constitution but not yet legislated. This has to be in coordination with the parliamentary offices, the Legal Committee and the specialized committees of the Parliament, and implemented by the speaker of the Parliament on the one hand and the heads of the political blocs on the other hand, according to the following priority:


- Federal Court Law

- Oil and Gas Law

- National Reconciliation Law

- Security Agencies Organization Law

- Parties Law

- United Council Law

- Elections Law

- Elections Commission Law

- Media Network Law

- Public Inspectors Law

- Financial Audit Divan Law

- Balance Board Law

- Federal Revenues Law

- Executive Power Law

- Journalism and Journalists Protection Law

3.Establishing a permanent parliamentary committee and allocating the posts of the head, members and decision-makers according to number of votes as well as constitutional balance.


C. Third Section:

Monitoring Role

1. Activation of the affiliation of the independent commissions (Integrity Commission, Financial Audit Commission, Media Network, Relations and Media Commission) to Parliament according to the Constitution and by the verdict of a decision from the Federal Court.
2. Putting an end to the issue of delegation of responsibility or official positions to deputies and delegates (substitute minister, board chair, deputy minister, etc.) within the first three months of the beginning of the work of the Parliament as well as guaranteeing the constitutional balance.

3.Stimulating the role of media organizations considering that it is the forth power. Legislating the journalism work and journalist protection laws.


4. Setting a clear and agreed-upon mechanism to summon and question the executive members and not leaving the issue for the presidency's analysis.

D. Forth Section:
Security Reform

1.Security institutions laws and authorities: Deciding on the laws of the security institutions that determine the active security institutions and clarifying the duties and authorities of each institution to achieve the complementary state, and in a way that minimizes encounters between the specializations of the security institutions.

2.The need for the development of the security institutions to achieve the highest degree of professionalism.


3.Forcing the security institutions to obey questioning by the council of representatives (according to constitutional procedures) and drafting necessary laws to impose severe penalties on those who are proven to be spying for the interest of foreign parties.

4.Investigating all officials and members of the security forces against whom suits are filed for breaching human rights and not providing any protection for any of those for any reason.


5.Stimulating the role of the provincial councils according to the Constitution and the provincial committees' councils in a way that guarantees the implementation of the decisions of these councils that are related to security.

6.Establishing investigation centers to make use of retired citizens.


7. Organizing and strengthening the borders with new equipment and in a way that guarantees control of the borders.

7.Toughness with those who enter the country illegally.

8.Establishing a specialized committee to monitor national disasters and offering fast and effective solutions to the affected areas.


9.Strengthening the role and authority of the national intelligence agencies and developing their cadres as required by Iraqi national security, fighting espionage and following up the security intelligence activities on Iraq's soil as well as drafting effective laws in this regard.


E. Fifth Section:

Judicial Reform

1.The presidencies of the Higher Judicial Council and the Federal Court or Tribunal Court should be unified.

2.Accelerating the process of establishing the judicial power according to the Constitution, stimulating and developing the work of the attorney general.


3.Accelerating the establishment of the Judicial Power Law according to the Constitution as well as stimulating and improving the work of General Appeal Court.

4.Accelerating the approval of the Higher Judicial Council Law.

5.Preventing judges from working outside the Higher Judicial Council's institutions.

6.Revising the Terror Law.

7.Keeping balance among the government institutions.

F. Sixth Section:

i.Achieving national balance in:

1.Ministries' deputies

2.Ambassadors

3.Head of the independent boards and commissions

4.In the federal ministries and military and security institutions, at the levels of director and above or equivalent posts (chief of divisions, ministries, divans, etc.).

ii.Balance Board Law shall be approved within a period of no more than six months after the commencement of the parliamentary committees, and the board shall be established immediately after the approval of the law, per the mutual agreement of the blocs.

iii.The board will respect the constitutional balance and guarantees the rights of all regions and provinces in all the state institutions, including the security and military institutions at all levels.

iv.Stimulating the role of the Ministerial Council and the independent commissions as well as granting adequate authority to the deputy ministers and assistants of the independent boards to achieve power sharing.

v.Fully activating the Constitution and the laws related to employment and accelerating the establishment of the Federal Service Council, which is addressed in the Article 107 of the Constitution and the previous Council of Representatives has approved at the end.

G. Seventh Section:

Reform in the Work of the Executive Power

1.Depending on the principle of skill and professional capability, as well as achieving constitutional equity in the public sector jobs, according to the Public Service Law.

2.Constitutional balancing that has been distorted by the employment processes of the past and guaranteeing provincial representation according to the Constitution (there has been no agreement about this).

3.Guaranteeing the real participation of the allied parties in the government in making political, security and economic decisions.

4.Approving agreed-upon internal procedures for the Ministerial Council that determines procedures and the authority of the council and its members.

5.Organizing the security institutions that are not addressed in the Constitution in the security ministries according to their respective specialization and their necessity for the security situations, which has to be dome in steps.

6.Educational and agricultural initiatives will be associated with specialized ministries and no initiative will be accepted in the future unless by Ministerial Council decision.

7.Stimulating the role of Ministerial Council supervisor on the ministerial roles.

8.Stimulating solutions for administrative and financial corruption phenomena.

9.Abiding by the unity of the government's official statements.

10.Banning joining of legislative and executive posts.

11.Banning the direct interference in the affairs of the ministries by the MPs, advisers and director generals for the interest of any political groups, and dealing with minister as the highest person in the ministry.

12.President of the Ministerial Council and all ministers shall abide by the decrees of the Ministerial Council and the approved laws, while considering that they are representing the state in their ministries rather than representing their political groups or representatives, and whoever breaches this, necessary action will be taken to dismiss him/her from his/her posts.

13.General inspectors in the ministries will not be from the same bloc as the minister.

H. Eighth Section: National Accord

1.In the critical issues such as (war and peace, strategic agreements, constitutional amendments) a 100 percent consensus should be achieved among all allies.

2.In strategic and important issues, voting shall be on 50+1 majority basis.

3.In daily crime issues, voting shall be on 50+1 majority basis.

I.Ninth Section: Inquiry, Justice and National Reconciliation

1.Holding the decisions of the current board except for day-to-day issues.

2.Establishing Inquiry and Justice Board according to the law.

3.Revising the law of Inquiry and Justice by the agreed-upon amendments so that the law is not used on bilateral measures or for political purposes, and the dossier will be treated according to law.




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Post by Jayzze on Fri Jun 07, 2013 7:52 pm

this sounds great but what were the sources ? just like they claim o is in calf to meet with the chinese . he is in calf they should tht on tv but it ws for fund raising there is much miss info going on
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Post by Ponee on Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:32 pm

http://www.kurdishglobe.net/display-article.html?id=EBFE461ABE7D97F983014EBB27664E28




Saturday, 24 September 2011, 11:27 GMT
Erbil, Baghdad enter critical stage
Erbil Agreement's 19 points Get-article-image?id=EBFE461ABE7D97F983014EBB27664E28

Iraq's President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki talk during a parliament session in Baghdad November 11, 2010.
Qassim Khidhir


Tensions have recently risen between Baghdad and Erbil after the Kurdistan Region Government rejected the country's proposed Oil and Gas Law.

Relations between KRG and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's coalition, the State of Law coalition, are in a critical situation. The Kurds believe the new Oil and Gas Law would allow the federal government to "exploit" the country's oil wealth at the expense of the Kurdish Region. They also argue that the Baghdad Council of Ministers did not follow the legal process when it approved the law.
Currently, there is war of words and actions among Iraqi main political groups. And the Kurds, the Iraqi kingmakers, are at the center of the fight. Kurdish leaders accuse the Iraqi leadership of breaching political agreements between Erbil and Baghdad. The agreements were in place before the current Baghdad government was established. Before the Kurdish leaders decided to ally with Maliki to form a new government, Kurds had 19 conditions for Maliki and said Maliki's new government must implement them. Now Kurdish leaders feel Maliki has "broken his promises."
"The current [Baghdad] government was established with a lot of effort on the part of the Kurdistan people. We must be a real partner in the Iraqi government," Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani told hundreds of people during his visit to Soran, a city north of Erbil. Barzani said power-sharing is the main reason for Iraqi stability.
Regarding oil revenue, 17 percent of the Iraqi budget is allocated for Kurdistan Region, but what Kurdish leaders want is that Kurdistan to get the 17 percent directly, not through a minister in Baghdad who is in charge of it and sends the money piece by piece according to his mood, Barzani said.
Most recently, Kurds have threatened to withdraw from the Iraqi government if the Baghdad government does not abide by the Iraqi Constitution and the 19 points agreed upon between Kurds and Maliki. Meanwhile, Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Barham Salih postponed his planned visit to Baghdad, expressing dissatisfaction with Maliki's behavior.
"If the Kurds do not see that the other party is serious about the agreements, then there is no point in our delegation's visit," said Muayyid Tayyib, spokesman for the Kurdistan coalition bloc in the Iraqi Parliament.
The bitter relations among the main three political groups, Kurdistan coalition, the State of Law and Iraqiya party, led by Iyad Allawi, has made Kurds and Allawis move closer. Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Nujaifi, once one of the Kurds' most difficult rivals, and one of the Iraqiya party leaders, visited Kurdistan Region last week and met Barzani. Arab Sunni leaders have accused Maliki of trying to concentrate power and impose his party?s will on Iraq?s future.
According to Muhammad al-Khalidi, MP from the Iraqiya party, changes may occur in alliances after the meeting between Barzani and Nujaifi. "The changes will lead to change on the political map in the country." Nujaifi has proposed an initiative "to solve political blocs' differences, starting with solving conflicts among the parties, including the differences between Baghdad and Erbil," according to a statement issued by his office.
The statement, added that the initiative has new trends that will eliminate all obstacles that hinder the basis for a new Iraq. "The initiative aims at developing a national partnership with comprehensive perspectives, not limited, as previous ones," the statement added. Furthermore it pointed out that the security vacuum in security posts was one of the points in the initiative, as well as the political and economic reforms, national and constitutional balances, necessary constitutional amendments, developing democratic potential and the organization of the armed forces.
Maliki's State of Law coalition is displeased with Nujaifi's visit to Erbil, and described it as a provocation.
However, some Kurdish politicians still believe there is a chance for Kurds and Maliki to solve their differences. "If Maliki send signals that he is ready to implement the agreements, then Kurdish delegation will visit Baghdad," said prominent Kurdish politician Mahmud Othman.
Kurds believe their relationship with Iraqi Shiites is vital, and they cannot afford to break it. "No one can create a schism between Kurds and Shiites," said Barzani during his speech in Soran.
The Kurds' 19 points
- Abide by the Constitution and all its articles, without selectivity.
- Protect the federal democratic system.
- The formation of a national partnership government contains the main Iraqi components.
- The partnership and participation in the decision-making.
- The formation of a national security council.
- Establish an internal mechanism for the Council of Ministers to set the references of the national security council.
- The distribution of administrative and financial authority among the prime minister and his deputies.
- The formation of the Federal Council during the first parliament calendar year. During the formation, the president of the republic and his two deputies are authorized to use the veto.
- Amending the election law to achieve equitable representation of Iraqis.
- Start a population census according to the schedule.
- Review the structure of the armed forces and security forces.
- Apply Article 140 of the Constitution and the provision of the required budget for its implementation during a time frame of two years.
- Support the Kurdistan Alliance?s candidate for the presidency.
- The representation of Kurdistan in the sovereign ministries, the Council of Ministers and the independent bodies of all the state's institutions according to the quota system.
- Kurdistan's right to decide on the candidates of sovereign ministries and other ministries relevant to Kurdistan Region.
- The secretary-general of the Council of Ministers to be elected from the Kurdistan Alliance bloc, and to consider the coalition government resigned if the secretary-general withdraws from the council.


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Post by Kevind53 on Fri Jun 07, 2013 10:10 pm

@jayzze wrote:this sounds great but what were the sources ? just like they claim o is in calf to meet with the chinese . he is in calf they should tht on tv but it ws for fund raising there is much miss info going on

He is in Ca to meet with the Premier ...
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/08/us/politics/an-expansive-setting-for-obamas-talks-with-chinas-leader.html?_r=0

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Post by Jayzze on Fri Jun 07, 2013 10:23 pm

on cnn it showed o in calif fund raising and no mentione of meeting anyone else it is possible but with all the bs on the forums take it with a grain of salt
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Post by Jayzze on Fri Jun 07, 2013 10:32 pm

kevin just showed o on channel 7 news boarding a plane in sana monica cal after attending a fund raising lunch
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Post by Kevind53 on Fri Jun 07, 2013 11:10 pm

He is definitely meeting with the Chinese. He arrived in Palm Springs about 3 PM Pacific time, with a photo op and meeting about 5PM and dinner at 8. Not sure what the rest of the weekend holds ....But I seriously doubt it has anything to do with the RV like some roos are saying.

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Post by Jayzze on Fri Jun 07, 2013 11:25 pm

in the dinar land everything rhey make it sound like it has to do with the rv including passing of gas
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Post by Lopster on Sun Jun 09, 2013 9:08 am

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