“We are not ready to discuss or have a dialogue about the results of the referendum because it is unconstitutional", Abadi said in a speech broadcast on state TV on Monday night.
Masoud Barzani’s KRG says the referendum is not binding and was meant to be a legitimate mandate to negotiate with Baghdad and neighboring countries over the secession of the Kurdish-controlled region from Iraq.
The vote was expected to deliver a comfortable “yes”, and final results should be announced in 72 hours.
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