Co-presidents: PUK's fourth congress represented a major turning point

15/6/2021 22:51:00

On Tuesday, the two co-presidents of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan met in Sulaymaniyah with the Organizations Office and all the officials, councils and members of the organizations' centers of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.


During two extensive meetings, attended by a number of members of the working body and members of the Political Bureau, the co-presidents gave comprehensive speeches about the conditions of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan after the fourth congress, the internal conditions of the Kurdistan Region, Kirkuk and the cut-off areas, the relations of the Patriotic Union, the relations between the Kurdistan Region and Baghdad, and the upcoming elections in Iraq.


The co-chairs affirmed that the convening and success of the fourth congress represented a major turning point, and was a renewal and success in the political and organizational life of the Patriotic Union.


The co-presidents referred to the efforts and steps of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan after the convening of the congress, which despite the short period and in addition to the presence of obstacles as well as the spread of the coronavirus, the work was done well and the steps towards activating and organizing the institutions of the Patriotic Union and providing services to the masses of the people of Kurdistan at all levels, and they pledged to hold a congress of centers directly after the elections in Iraq.


The co-presidents talked about the tasks, the struggle of the comrades in the organizations, and demanded to make efforts and to roll up their sleeves to enter the midst of the masses and to explain to them the vision, policy and program of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.






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