MP: Kurds and Iraqiya still endeavoring for PM confidence withdrawal18/07/2012 17:18
ERBIL, July 18 (AKnews)- Up to the moment the Iraqiya List and Kurdistan Blocs Coalition (KBC) demand withdrawing confidence from Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, a Kurdish MP said.
He added a delegation from the House of Representatives will meet with Kurdistan natural resources minister, Ashti Hawrami.
The National Alliance (NA) has announced the agenda for a reform and all parties should agree to it and enforce it, said Mohsen Saadun.
Saadun said despite the reform intent, the Iraqiya and KBC have not stopped their efforts to withdraw confidence from Maliki.
He added in the two coming days a delegation of MPs which comprises representatives from the entire blocs will visit Kurdistan to meet with Hawrami and observe the oil state in Kurdistan.
The visit by the delegation is only for observation not for investigation as some parties allege, Saadun said.
The visit comes after the fuel provision from Baghdad to Kurdistan almost stopped following Kurdistan's crude oil exports to Turkey.
Kurdistan's oil investment has become a sensitive subject as Baghdad labels Kurdistan oil contracts "illegal."
By Rebin Hassan