Shanaz Ibrahim Ahmed stress necessity of uniting efforts, supporting the Kurdistan Coalition

P.U.K 06:36 PM - 2021-09-18

Ms. Shanaz Ibrahim Ahmed, a member of the executive body of the Political Bureau and supervisor of the Slemani Organizations Center of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), stressed the need to unify efforts to strengthen the Kurdistan Coalition and to protect the unity of the people.

Mrs. Shanaz Ibrahim Ahmed met with Shalaw Kosrat Rasoul, a member of the PUK Leadership Council on Saturday.

During the meeting, Mrs. Shanaz Ibrahim Ahmed stressed that the PUK is the party of strugglers and the families of the martyrs, and everyone should work more effectively and hear the opinions of the loyalists to implement the citizens' demands and ensure their rights.

"The success of the Kurdistan Coalition of the PUK and Gorran requires the support of all cadres and strugglers of both parties, to jointly announce the good news of strengthening the Kurdish position in Baghdad and ensuring the legitimate rights of the people of Kurdistan," she said.

For his part, Shalaw Kosrat Rasoul said, that "holding the Iraqi parliament elections is an important opportunity to overcome the obstacles facing Iraq," stressing the need for broad participation in the fateful process in order to achieve citizens' demands for prosperity, salaries, and stability, by working to strengthen the Kurdistan Coalition and the success of its candidates.

It is noteworthy that the PUK and Gorran formed the  Kurdistan Coalition list last May. The Coalition is headed by Qubad Talabani, who is currently the Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government.

Iraq will hold elections on October 10, ahead of schedule. Early elections were one of the demands of the protesters who took to the Iraqi streets in October 2019 to vent their anger and frustration at the government's inability to fight corruption and provide them with security and stability.  



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