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Doctor Talabani: the president's health very well and some publish incorrect information

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Doctor Talabani: the president's health very well and some publish incorrect information on them for electoral reasons

Author: MA Editor: BK 15/9/2013 22:09

Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is doing well
Range Press / Kirkuk Your doctor assured Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, on Sunday, that his health "very good", accusing some organizations publish information "incorrect" for electoral reasons. Said Dr. Najm al-Din Omar Karim, the governor of Kirkuk, in a statement issued by his office, on Thursday evening, received a (long-Presse) a copy of it, that "the health of President Jalal Talabani, very good, as is being treated well," adding, "But there from spreading incorrect statements about the health of President whenever there are elections. " He said Karim, a member of the political bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), led by Talabani, and the doctor is authorized to speak about the health of the president, I have "talked a few days ago by phone with the medical team on the health of President Talabani and briefed on the latest developments in health and then spoke with the President telephoned , on the latest developments and the election process and election campaigns, and was very happy. " And follow your doctor to Iraqi President, in his statement, "preach the gospel, the masses of the people of Kurdistan that the President's health is very new, and will be better and better if he knows the triumph of the National Union and the large crowd went to the polls to support the existing No. 102 on the party." The media leaks many reported during the past few days, that President Jalal Talabani, had "died," and that his family "to hide the news, fearing its impact on the position of his party National Union, in the parliamentary elections for the Kurdistan Region," which will take place in (the 21 of September the current ). Also mentions that private doctor for the Iraqi president, has consistently throughout the last term on the announcement of "improved health Mam Jalal" without that offers shows, which sparked heated debate between the political blocs. He also announced Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi, during a press conference the parliament building, in (the eighth of September 2013 now), and attended (range Press), for not allowing the family of President Jalal Talabani, to visit the President in Germany to check on his health for health reasons While stressed the need to know the state of health of the president, called for not keeping the office of President vacant. The Presidency of the prosecution in Iraq demanded, in (13 May 2013), House Speaker Osama Najafi, take legal action on the vacancy of the President of the Republic for "a long time", indicating that the demand made under the first article of the Law on Public Prosecution No. (159 ) of 1979, as amended. As promised the Kurdistan Alliance bloc in the House of Representatives, at (13 May 2013), the public prosecutor's request "unconstitutional", and stressed that this issue "is not the validity of the prosecution" because the Constitution clearly how to choose the president. Paragraph (c) of Article 72 of the Iraqi Constitution, the election of a new president in the event of the vacancy of the President of the Republic for any reason, to complete the remaining period of the mandate of the President. The wounded President Jalal Talabani unwell in (the 17th of December 2012 the past), enter the evacuated Hospital Medical City in Baghdad, and after stabilizing positioned to allow his transfer for treatment abroad, was transferred to a specialized hospital in Germany, and is still lying there and receive treatment at the hands of German doctors.
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