From Iran’s PressTV. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.
Negotiations between Iraq’s central government and Kurdistan’s regional government have been described as productive.
Officials in the Kurdistan Region have sent a letter to Iraq’s ruling National Alliance. The alliance has visited Kurdish officials to help resolve the issues between the two sides.
Kurdish members of Iraq’s central government and parliament started boycotting sessions last month.
Iraq’s parliament passed the national budget without Kurdish consensus. Iraq’s parliament passed the national budget as Kurdish MPs and half of the opposition Iraqiya bloc boycotted the session.
Baghdad gave the Kurds a fraction of the billions of dollars requested for expenses for oil companies in Kurdistan.
Dale McEwan reports from Erbil for Iran’s PressTV: