Barzani's party: We hope the continuation of the relationship with the PUK to Talabani approach[/ltr]
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Kurdistan Democratic Party, led by President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, expressed the hope that continually ties "strategic" with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan led by Jalal Talabani.
He said the parliamentary bloc of the party in the Iraqi parliament chairman Khosro Goran told all of Iraq [where] that "the KDP and the PUK are two of the oldest political parties in the Kurdistan region and Nadila together against the dictatorial regime Alsadami in 1991 and formed together government and we had an ongoing strategic agreement To this day".
Curran said: "We hope that the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan be more than the Kurdistan Democratic Party recently and continues his combative former pursued by Jalal Talabani."
He continued, "As for the return of the MDC [Curran] to the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), the movement was part of the National Union and emerged from it and now I came back and we hope to continue our positive with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan."
It is said that the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and the Movement for Change has concluded, on 17 May last, composed of 25 articles for a political agreement, "the unification of the Kurdish ranks and confront the crises facing the Kurdistan region."
Article 13 of the Convention issues concerning relations between the KRG and the federal government that "states parties agree on the need to provide adequate solutions to the problems between the province and the federal government for solutions through dialogue and on the basis of national and national interests."
He attacked the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the agreement expected as "will expand its internal differences and this does not serve to solve problems, and rigidity of the differences in the region, but will lead us to the previous situation, which we do not want them."
A statement by the party, that he "will not accept any other will, and past experience has shown that the administration of the province without the Kurdistan Democratic Party, nothing is impossible, as he will not be allowed in any way to any attempt to sabotage the administrative, political and security stability."
He called on the leaders of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, all the political parties in the Kurdistan region, to find a way to end the political disputes in the region.
He wished Barham Saleh, Second Deputy Secretary-General of the Federation on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, of all political parties to make efforts to end the Alkhalaqat, and to address the current crisis, stressing that "should the political parties to be the level of sacrifices offered by the peshmerga to defend the land of Kurdistan."
For his part, he warned Qubad Talabani [son of Jalal Talabani, vice president of the regional government in a news release from the seriousness of the political situation, saying that "the political process and the economic crisis in the region is very worrying," blaming the politicians responsible for solving the problems that affect the lives of citizens. "