Patriotic Union of Kurdistan receives the post of President of the Parliament of Kurdistan


11/7/2019 10:23:00
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It is been scheduled by the Parliament of Kurdistan to hold its session No. 14 on Thursday, while running a candidate of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Rewaz Fayaq, for the post of President of the Parliament of Kurdistan. 

 

According to the agenda of the session of the Parliament of Kurdistan, which PUKmedia received a copy of it: The meeting will be held at 11 am, and includes the performance of the new parliamentarian and their swearing to their legal positions because some of the parliamentarian members have received government positions, including Lanja Ibrahim Abdulrahman in place of Vala Fareed, Shirin Unis Abdulla inplace of Begard Talabany, Himdad Sabah Bilal inplace of Idin Ma'ruf Salim, Bapir Kamala Salman Kamala inplace of Abdulla Mahmud Mhamad.

 

The second part of the sesion will be about chosing Rewaz Fayaq for the post of the President of the Parliament of Kurdistan. 

 

The meeting also will include the first reading of the proposal to determine the day of 3 August 2014, as the day of the extermination of Yazidis.

 

 

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