Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Prime Minister Maliki: We want an honest and transparent election in Kirkuk

20 NOVEMBER 2012

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri El Maliki said that the government wanted an honest and transparent election to be held in Iraq and particularly in Kirkuk.
Maliki who spoke to United Nations Special Envoy to Iraq Martin Kobler made statements regarding the local elections which are to be held on the 20th of April 2013.
According to a statement made by the Prime Ministry, Maliki said that an honest and transparent province assembly elections were desired in the whole of Iraq and particularly in Kirkuk and that a special law exclusive to the Kirkuk elections should be enacted in Parliament.
The statement said that Kobler as a representative of the United Nations was spending a special effort on behalf of Iraq’s situation and particularly for exemption from article seven of the Security Council.
published on: IRAK TÜRKMEN CEPHESI website

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