PUK Leadership Council ends discussion of internal system articles


15/2/2020 12:00:00
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     PUK Leadership Council ends discussion of internal system articles

Saturday 15/2/2020, the Leadership Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan ended discussion of the internal system articles, while it postponed its meetings for several days during today's meeting.

 

Earlier on Saturday, the leadership Council of the PUK held its regular meeting to continue discussing the PUK internal system.

 

Mustafa Chawrash, the supervisor of the Leadership Council meetings, said that today’s meeting was held in the presence of Kosrat Rasul Ali, head of the Supreme Political and Interests Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, at his request.

 

While revealing that the council finished the amendments to the internal system, pointing out that the council raised this meeting and the next meeting will be held during the coming days.

 

The PUK Leadership Council has been holding meetings regularly for days now as part of the process of voting on its amendment in the internal system.

 

 

(Reported by Fayaq Yazidi, Edited and translated by H.H.)

 

 

 

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