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Kurdistan Region-Iraq News in brief  30.8.2009

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August 30, 2009 -  Sulaimaniyah, Erbil-Hewler, Duhok, Kirkuk, Kurdistan Region 'Iraq'

New Iraqi vice premier will be Fuad Mahsum

Now that Barham Salih is the new premier of the Kurdistan region, MP Fuad Mahsun of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan will be the main candidate to become the next Iraqi vice premier. This is what Adil Berwari said, colleague of Fuad Mahsun in the Kurdistan Alliance in the Iraqi parliament. He says there is no official candidate yet, but this will be announced by the new cabinet of the Regional Government of Kurdistan (KRG) soon. Recently former Iraqi vice premier Barham Salih resigned to become the next Kurdish premier. There was speculation that he would be replaced by Nechirvan Barzani (KDP), but analysts say this is unlikely due to this limited level of Arabic. Avesta Kurd reported that he might take over the leadership of the KDP, because president Massoud Barzani wants to focus on different tasks.

The first Kurdish ballerinas: Rudaw.net

Sulaimaniyah: Zhilya and Zhalya are twins (11) and have started to go to a ballet schools with six other girls since 2nd June 2009. Their group consists of 8 girls in the ages of 10-11 years. This is the first development of ballet in Kurdistan. This style of dancing appeared in 1567 and gradually developed in to the whole world and many ballet schools were opened in Russia, France, England and America. After more than five centuries ballet dance came to Kurdistan. The first ballet school was opened on 21 February 2009 in Sulaimaniyah by the KRG Minister of Education. Rubar Ahmed, the head master of the ballet school said they are recruiting kids from six years age. She said they have started recruiting people since 21 February 2009. But they have opened the first ballet course on 2 June 2009. This course consists of three groups; the first group includes 17 students whose age was between 6-8 years, but group C includes 16 students. The headmaster of the school said after finishing the three months course the students can continue learning and take daily practical and theoretical lesson in spite of other lessons. After 12 years studying in this school, the students will get bachelor certificate in ballet...

Kurdish Parliament to resume sessions

A parliamentarian from the Kurdistan Alliance (KA) on Saturday said that the parliament of the Kurdistan region is likely to resume sessions by the middle of this week, adding that a new prime minister and a deputy will be selected by the end of this week. “The parliament’s recess ends in early September and I expect the council to resume its regular session by the middle of this week,” Shirwan al-Haydari told Aswat al-Iraq news agency. Parliamentary committees will be set up before the election of a new premier and a deputy, Haydari noted. A spokesperson for the Kurdish president, Fouad Hussein, said that Massoud Barazani will assign the new prime minister and his deputy to form the new government.

Goran: Maliki agrees to deploy joint force in Mosul

Following recent terrorist attacks on several areas in Mosul and arresting those behind the explosions, there should be a tough need for having security forces in those locations suffer from lack of stability, Khasrow Goran Head of Fraternal List from Ninawa provincial council reported. Iraqi PM Nouri al-Maliki, Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani and the commander of Coalition Forces in Iraq General Odierno approved to form a triple committee on deploying a joint force from Iraqi army, Peshmerga and US troops at 16 points in Mosul, said Goran in a statement to Hayat newspaper.

Kurdistan produces green electricity: Rudaw.net

The electricity ministry with the participation of two internal and foreign companies intends to produce electricity from Kurdistan using sun and wind energy. But due to the absence of data, it’s impossible now to decide about the project, says Dlshad Shakr, consultant of the minister of electricity. ˝We need 5 million dollars for only one megawatt electricity through sun energy and wind, for that we must collect data˝. Twelve places had been selected in the Kurdistan provinces to collect information about them by the Zagros Company and a German company for producing electricity in these places along the four seasons of the year through sun energy and wind, and one and half a year had been allocated for research. The consultant added ˝we can not decide that we can produce the electricity from sun energy and the wind or not till these data have been collected˝. He thinks it could endanger the health of the Kurdish population. The ministry has allocated 2 millions and 500 thousands dollars for this research and the collection of information. The ministry is confident that the research will be completed at the mentioned period....

Talabani stresses need to strengthen ties with Turkey

Iraqi President Jalal Talabani received an envoy of the Turkish government and his accompanying delegation in Baghdad on Saturday to discuss recent Iraqi and regional developments, according to a presidential release. “Talabani, during the meeting, called for strengthening ties between Iraq and Turkey relying on the historic and religious roots binding the two neighbors,” read the release as received by Aswat al-Iraq news agency. For his part, the Turkish official conveyed the heartfelt condolences of the Turkish government and people for the families of victims of the recent “terrorist” attacks and also the death of Sayyid Abdulaziz al-Hakim, the leader of the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council (SIIC). He also underlined Turkey’s support for Iraq’s political process, praising efforts exerted by President Talabani to activate cooperation and expand relations between the two countries to the good and common interests for both sides and peace, stability and development for the region as a whole.

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