International demands for increasing women representation in the Regional Government


12/6/2019 19:18:00
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The British Consul-General in the Kurdistan Region, Martyn Warr sent a message to the region calling for increased representation of women in the next government.

 

Martyn Warr said that the representation of women in the Parliament of Kurdistan is about 30%,  hoping that women will receive similar representation in the next government.

 

Rezan Dler, a former member of the Council of Representatives on Wednesday 12/6/2019  praised the position of the British consulate in a statement to PUKmedia and said: "We already have 30% women representation in the Parliament of Kurdistan and the government needs that representation because women have a strong role in the government."

 

She added:"We need support from the British consulate and the rest of the consulates in the region, so that women can represent at least 30% of the new government, this means that the government has to have 6 to 7 female ministers."

 

She noted that she expects the next government to include 3 women ministers.

 

 

 

PUKmedia/ Fayiq Yazidi


 

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