Kurdistan

Kosrat Rasul for the PUK bloc: Claim the rights of citizens



Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali, Deputy secretary-general of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, told the members of the PUK  bloc in the Parliament of Kurdistan that it is necessary to be loyal to those who voted for them and defend the rights of citizens.

 

This came during a meeting held by Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali with members of the Parliament of Kurdistan on the PUK bloc, on Saturday, 23-2-2019, in the presence of Saadi Ahmed Pira, a member of the Political Bureau, and Saman Garmiani member of the leadership, as Kosrat Rasul expressed thanks for PUK bloc on the unity of the word and position before the issues.

 

Mr. Kosrat Rasul, recommended the members of the PUK bloc in the Parliament of Kurdistan, fulfilling and demanding the rights of the citizens...
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