Ms Abdul Rahman said, 'It would take a lot for Kurdistan to remain part of Iraq. Events in Mosul have changed the situation in Iraq for all of us—Kurds, Sunnis, Shi’as, Arabs, Christians and Muslims. Post-Mosul, Iraq has a different geographic landscape, a different security landscape and that has brought the political crisis to the forefront. The Government in Baghdad are dysfunctional. The Iraqi army is in disarray, so the question is, what Iraq are we part of? So the Iraq that we are talking about now and the previous Iraq—let’s say in the run-up to the April elections—is not an Iraq that we want to be part of.'