Election results of Kirkuk and Raparin organizations centers' conference


13/12/2019 19:15:00
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The Chairman of the Supreme Committee for the Elections of the Fourth Congress of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan announced the final results of the Kirkuk and Raparin organizations centers.

 

Rizgar Ali, Chairman of the Supreme Committee for the Elections of the Fourth Congress of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, announced in a statement, the names of the winning candidates from Kirkuk's 24th organization center and Raparin's 2nd organization center, to participate in the fourth congress of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. 2

 

Ali wished, according to the statement, a successful and renewed congongress for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, as Comrade Mam Jalal said: (Our sovereignty, our survival, and our prosperity are linked to the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan).

 

 

 

PUKmedia 


 

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