A Kurdish candidate: The Dutch people are with staying in the European Union

27/5/2019 15:27:00

The Kurdish candidate of the Dutch Labor Party (PVDA) confirmed that the final results of the European Parliament elections will be announced tonight, pointing out that the Dutch people are with staying within the European Union.


"The results of the final election of the European Parliament will be announced tonight and the party could get 5-6 seats," the Kurdish candidate of the Dutch Labor Party (PVDA), Sham Ahmed said in a statement to the 'People of Kurdistan' TV channel.


She added that, the Dutch Communist Party had won 3 seats in the elections, noting that the Dutch are with staying within the European Union.


She confirmed that her party, the Dutch Labour Party, according to the preliminary results, is ranked first in the election, ahead of all other parties.


The Dutch Labor Party (PVDA) had nominated a young Kurd as their representative to win a seat in the European Parliament.


The Dutch Labor party nominated the Kurdish young woman (Sham Ahmed), who is from Sulaymaniyah, to represent them in the European Parliament and her candidacy number  is 13, the youngest candidate of the Dutch Labor Party who is 22 years old.


The candidate holds a Bachelor's degree in international law, as well as a student of two master's studies at the same time.





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