BAGHDAD / NINA / The Kurdistan Alliance ruled out taking a decision to withdraw from the federal government, stressing that the Kurds' Ministers have returned to Baghdad to exercise their business after the meeting, which was held in Erbil. "
MP, Hassan Jihad, of the Kurdistan Alliance said in a press statement today 10, March that: "The decision to withdraw from the government is not an easy decision," noting that "the region is consulting to discuss the move, which will take, about passing the federal budget without the approval of the Kurds."
He added: "The Kurdistan region is not satisfied with the way of adoption the budget law in the House of Representatives," stressing that "the Kurds will not leave Baghdad, and they will stay involved in the political process effectively more than ever before."
He pointed out that: "Kurds' Ministers and MPs have returned to Baghdad after they met with the President of Kurdistan Region, Massoud Barzani."
The House of Representatives voted, last Thursday, on the Federal Budget Law for 2013, with the absence of Kurdish blocs and some of Iraqiya MPs.
The Presidency of the Kurdistan region called on, in a statement after the meeting, to consult widely to fruit the situation to protect the democratic system in Iraq. / End