PUK’s politburo to hold a meeting


9/6/2019 10:09:00
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It is scheduled for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan’s politburo to hold a meeting today 9/6/2019 to discuss its relations with Kurdistan Democratic Party.

 

In a statement on that matter, Qadir Aziz, member of the PUK’s politburo told PUKmedia: The politburo is scheduled to hold a meeting on 11am. The meeting will discuss the latest developments in relations between the PUK and the PDK and the election of a governor of Kirkuk from the share of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.

 

He added that today's meeting will also resolve the issue of the participation of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan bloc in the ceremony of oath swearing by the elected President of the Kurdistan Region, noting that these ceremonies are normal and is not an important political issue.

 

 

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