PUK Leadership Council approves its Program

23/2/2020 12:57:00
     PUK Leadership Council approves its Program

The leadership council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan approved the program of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan during Sunday's meeting.


Mustafa Chawarsh, member of the Leadership Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, said during a press conference on Sunday: “The program of the PUK was approved during today's meeting by a majority of votes, in addition to discussing and ratifying Mr. Kosrat Rasul’s report for the congress.”


"We want to be part of the Iraqi government and we do not want the cartoon parties in Baghdad to speak in the name of the Kurds," he added.


Chawrash revealed, "Masoud Barzani had congratulated the PUK earlier and invited Bafel Talabani to visit Erbil to participate in an important meeting to be held tomorrow Monday." 



(Translated and Edited by H.H.)




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