Nechirvan Barzani congratulates Dr. Rewaz Fayaq

11/7/2019 23:17:00

In a message, Nechirvan Barzani congratulates Dr. Rewaz Fayaq on the occasion of taking office as Kurdistan Parliament’s Speaker, wishing success in her duties.


In a congratulatory message, Nechirvan Barzani said: I congratulate you for receiving the post of Kurdistan Parliament’s speaker and wish success for you and Kurdistan Parliament.


He added: Kurdistan Parliament had an effective role in legal consolidation of the people of Kurdistan with issuance of the important law and decisions. I hope for you to serve this and next phase of the Kurdistan Region better with your experience in parliamentary works and in cooperation with all of the parties.


He also said: We as the Presidency of Kurdistan, will support and cooperate for succeeding the Kurdistan Parliament and KRG’s works for deepening democracy’s experience and advance in polity system in the Kurdistan Region.





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