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Constitutional, judicial, and legal options to restore Kirkuk and disputed areas from the Kurds

Constitutional, judicial, and legal options to restore Kirkuk and disputed areas from the Kurds

The MP, of the State of Law Coalition, Ali Al-Allaq said: “There are constitutional, judicial, and legal as well as other options open to restore Kirkuk and other disputed areas from the Kurds, so they should review their accounts well.”

He told the Agencies “The Kurdistan region put itself in a confrontation with the Iraqi people by occupying Kirkuk and disputed areas and their refusal to withdraw from them, considering that these areas have not been resolved in the constitutional framework,”. Explaining “if this occupation of those areas was temporary to secure, it is normal, but if some Kurds officials, through their statement, said that they will not hand over these areas again, this is another issue, and people will say its word near future, toward this matter.”

He said: “there are constitutional, judicial and legal options to restore Kirkuk and disputed areas from the Kurds, saying that” the Kurds have no right to seize Kirkuk and other disputed territories, because they will put themselves in significant problems with the federal government and the Iraqi people. ”

The spokesman of Peshmerga forces, Jabbar Yawar said earlier that Peshmerga forces fully controlled the city of Kirkuk, after the army abandoned its positions in all the city. ”

The Kurdish security forces / Asiysh/ spread in areas that are called disputed areas or areas outside the Kurdish region, in an attempt to impose the security and protect them from the ISIS, which controlled the provinces of Nineveh, Salahuddin and some surround areas. “

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