PUK's Sulaymaniyah Center announces names of the winning candidates

10/12/2019 14:56:00

On Tuesday, the Sulaymaniyah Organizations Center of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan announced the names of the winning candidates who will participate in the 4th Congress of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.


Zubair Othman, Supervisor of the PUK's Sulaymaniyah Organizations Center Conference, said during a press conference that 879 people voted during the conference, noting that 73 candidates won the membership of the 4th Congress.


"The winning members were represented by 58 male candidates and 15 female candidates, pointing out that the minimum number of votes needed for the success of the candidate was 216 votes," he added.


It is woth mentioning that the PUK's Organizations Centers Conference began on Monday morning in 17 centers of the PUK to elect the members of the 4th congress of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.






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