Sheikh Omer: PUK will have a different view

20/2/2019 12:10:00

Latif Sheikh Omer, Spokesman for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, said that the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan will have a different view after the election of the Head of the Parliament of Kurdistan.

In a press statement, Latif Sheikh Omer said: If it is decided to start a new round of talks on the formation of the government after the latest developments, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan will start new negotiations from the beginning.

He added: If talks about positions are done, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan will have a different view and a different view towards the presidencies in the Kurdistan Region.

He continued: The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan emphasizes its comprehensive program presented to the Kurdistan Democratic Party, now there is a new stage after the election of the Head of parliament without the participation of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and everything is set before the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.

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