Talabani slams Sunnis for threatening to leave

July 27, 2007 22:24


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The Iraqi government on Friday sharply criticized the country's largest Sunni Arab bloc over its threat to quit the ruling coalition, with the Kurdish president calling the move "unacceptable" and the government spokesman dubbing it "blackmail." President Jalal Talabani also said the Iraqi Accordance Front should have discussed its demands with the country's political leadership in private rather than publicizing them.

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