"national": Barham Saleh
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The National Alliance, the so-called Alliance for Democracy and Justice, said on Saturday that its founder and former president, Barham Salih, did not seek to dissolve the party after he became president.
A member of the political council of the coalition Osman Kolbi told a news conference in Duhok today that "the abandonment of Barham Saleh from the coalition, and his appointment as President of the Republic does not mean the end of the political legislator of the coalition," saying that "the coalition does not end with individuals, and has a comprehensive political legislator."
"At the time (after he left the coalition), Saleh did not ask the coalition not to continue," he said, adding that "the coalition is continuing its political work."
Barham Saleh, the founder of the Coalition for Justice and Democracy, was elected in December 2017. He resigned from the coalition presidency on August 19, 2018, and returned to the ranks of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) to be elected president.
Democracy and justice were able to win two seats in Iraqi parliamentary elections in May.
The coalition decided in September to change the name to "National Alliance" and elect Aram Qadir as its president.