The PUK leadership council continues its meetings


13/2/2020 12:21:00
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The General Leadership Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan continues its meetings on Thursday to discuss the internal system.

 

The Council continues its meetings today in the city of Sulaymaniyah to amend paragraphs and other articles of the internal system of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.

 

Mustafa Chawrash,  supervisor of the Leadership Council meetings, explained in a previous statement to PUKmedia: The leadership council approved the "joint presidency system" for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan during its previous meetings. The leadership council also discussed the tasks of a number of PUK offices, and a number of other articles of the internal system."

 

It is expected that most of the articles of PUK's internal system will be definitely approved in the next few days.

 


PUKmedia


 

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