PUK General Leadership Council to meet on Saturday


28/1/2020 22:51:00
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The General Leadership Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan is scheduled to hold its second meeting next Saturday to approve the internal control system of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.

 

Mustafa Chawarsh, a member of the General Leadership Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, who will chair the second meeting, said during a televised statement on Kurdsat News channel that the General Leadership Council decided to hold its second meeting next Saturday to ratify the internal control system.

 

He added that The second meeting of the leadership council was scheduled to be held tomorrow, Wednesday, but it was decided to postpone it to Saturday to finalize preparations of the internal control system of the PUK for discussion and approval during the second meeting of the leadership council next Saturday.

 

 

 

PUKmedia 


 

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