MP of Kurdistan Alliance, Ashwaq al-Jaff warned on Tuesday, for the stream of "blood" that might occur if clashes between Peshmerga and Dijla operations forces take place, considering the formation of such operations as, "a violation to the authority of the province and its security department."


A Kurdish report revealed that leadership Operations of "Hamrin" will be formed soon in response to the formation of "Diyala Operations forces" by Maliki


MP of Kurdistan Alliance warns from confrontations between peshmerga and Dijla forces

MP of Kurdistan Alliance, Ashwaq al-Jaff warned on Tuesday, for the stream of "blood" that might occur if clashes between Peshmerga and Dijla operations forces take place, considering the formation of such operations as, "a violation to the authority of the province and its security department."

Jaff said in a statement reported for "Shafaq News" that "there is an agreement signed between the coordinating body in Kurdistan Region and the federal government that stipulates not moving any military forces in areas subjected under Article 140 of the Constitution only after coordinating between Baghdad and Erbil and thus moving these forces with weapons and heavy equipment and building its headquarters in certain places is considered a breach of this agreement and a violation of the constitution. "

Jaff explained that "the leader of this band as has been announced by some politicians was one of the officers who participated in Anfal operations against the Kurdish people."

Jaff, a member of the Human Rights Commission warned "from the confrontation between Peshmerga forces and Dijla forces in the light of the tense statements and charges for Kurdistan Region by the federal government and the absence of applying the constitution and imposing a the reality policy and that warns from having a stream of blood and we don’t wish that."

It is noted that announcement ofthe Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, Nuri al-Maliki to form Dijla leadership came to control all security forces from the army and police in Kirkuk, Diyala and Salahuddin provinces led to the aggravation of the differences between Erbil and Baghdad on one hand and the refusal of Kirkuk Provincial Council from the other hand.

Kurdistan to form "Hamrin" Operations in response to Dijla operations

Tuesday, 13 November 2012 Shafaq News / A Kurdish report revealed on Tuesday that forming the leadership Operations of "Hamrin" will be soon in response to the formation of Dijla Operations forces according to the order of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Nuri al-Maliki.

"Awene" Kurdish weekly newspaper quoted today , briefed by "Shafaq News", that the leaderships of the two main parties in Kurdistan, the Democratic and the Patriotic Union are busy since more than a month to form a joint leadership of Peshmarga , Asayish forces and Kirkuk police to defend the people of Kirkuk province .

"The Minister of Peshmarga in Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), Jaafar al-Sheikh Mustafa and his deputy, Anwar al-Haj Othman hold in 6th of November a meeting in Kirkuk with Kurdish security chiefs in Kirkuk to discuss the formation of Hamrin operations , its leadership mechanism and arming and providing all logistics for it."

The source pointed out that "the purpose of forming Hamrin operations is to defend the people of Kirkuk province and other disputed areas from the provocations of Dijla operations command now and in the future."

On the leadership of the forces subjected to Hamrin operations, the source reported that "Peshmarga forces will be subjected to the leadership of Peshmarga Minister and his deputy, while Asayish forces (of the party Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Democratic Party) will be subjected to leadership of Kirkuk governor, while the police force will be led by Director General of Kirkuk Police, Jamal Tahir."

It is noted that announcement of the Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, Nuri al-Maliki to form Dijla leadership came to control all security forces of army and police in Kirkuk, Diyala and Salahuddin provinces led to the aggravation of the differences between Erbil and Baghdad on one hand and the refusal of Kirkuk Provincial Council from the other hand.

 










 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 

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