Continuation of the elections of the organizing committees of the PUK

17/11/2019 09:57:00

Elections of the organizing committees of the PUK centers in Sulaymaniyah, Erbil, Baghdad, Soran and Khanaqin continued on Sunday.


Rizgar Ali official office of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan told PUKmedia: the election process in the organizing committees is very important and we invite all comrades in the organizational committees to participate in the electoral process.


He pointed out that the first phase of the elections will include members of the organizational committees and vice-chairmen of the committees and then the elections will be at the level of the organization centers.


This election aims to identify candidates to participate in the fourth congress of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, which is scheduled to be held next month.


On Saturday, elections of the organizing committees were held in the centers of Kirkuk, Sharazur, Sinjar, Duhok and Garmian.




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