MP Sarko Azad: Participation of the PUK in the new government depends on resolving Kirkuk governor post


23/6/2019 16:30:00
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Parliamentarian Sarko Azad of the Kurdistan Patriotic Union bloc in the Parliament of Kurdistan on Sunday confirmed that the participation of the Patriotic Union in the new government depends on resolving  the issue of the governor of Kirkuk.

 

parliamentarian Sarko Azad said in a statement to PUKmedia: "The news that claimed that the PUK published names of the candidates of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan for the presidency of the Parliament of Kurdistan and the ministries are false,"  adding that the participation of the PUK in the new government depends on resolving the issue of the governor of Kirkuk.

 

Meanwhile, the meetings of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party continue on the post of governor of Kirkuk and the formation of the new government.

 

A special source told PUKmedia: The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Democratic Party of Kurdistan may meet on Sunday, in the city of Erbil to resolve the outstanding problems.

 

 

 

 

 

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