Start of Politburo’s meeting

20/9/2019 18:13:00

The meeting of the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan just begun at the Political Bureau building in Sulaymaniyah under the supervision of Mr. Kosert Rasool Ali, Deputy Secretary General of the PUK, to discuss a number of important topics.


Earlier today, Karwan Yarawais, Official of PUK’s Media Office, told PUKmedia that the PUK’s Political Bureau will hold a meeting today evening, September 20, 2019, at the Political Bureau building in Sulaymaniyah under the supervision of the PUK’s Deputy Secretary General.


"Today's meeting is a continuation of Thursday's meeting," he said


According to PUKmedia’s information, the meeting will discuss the agreement on the formation of the government between the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, and the subject of the selection of a Kurdish governor for the province of Kirkuk.



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