An MP: Consolidated list is necessary for Kurds in Nineveh


11/9/2019 10:47:00
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An MP from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, said that the unified list of Kurds is important to participate in the provincial and district council elections.

 

The representative of Nineveh province, Hussein Narmo said during a special statement to PUKmedia: The unified list of Kurds in the upcoming provincial council elections is very important in the province of Nineveh.

 

He added: We support the proposal to form a unified list of Kurds in all areas cut off, especially in the province of Nineveh, because any party entering the elections on a single list will lose a lot after the amendment of the election law, so it is necessary to have a unified list of Kurds to ensure the loss of votes.

 

It is been decided for the Kurdish parties in Kirkuk to participate in one list in the upcoming provincial council elections under the name of Kirkuk Kurdistan.

 

This unified list will contribute significantly to unite the efforts and voices of the Kurds in Kirkuk and the rest of the cut off areas to normalize the situation there and provide the best services to citizens.

 

 

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