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Talabani's party is expected to continue differences in Kurdistan until the next election

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Talabani's party is expected to continue differences in Kurdistan until the next election

Post by rocky on Fri 04 Nov 2016, 6:07 am

[size=30]Talabani's party is expected to continue differences in Kurdistan until the next election[/size]
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Predicted Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, led by former President Jalal Talabani, on Friday, continuing internal disagreements in Kurdistan until the next election, accusing the Kurdish regional president Massoud Barzani to "uniqueness" in decision-making and "disable" the legislative institution.
The leader of the party MP Bakhtiyar Shaways in a press statement that "the internal differences in the Kurdistan region are still plaguing the region due to the uniqueness of Massoud Barzani, the decisions and the disruption of the legislative institution," pointing out that "internal differences will continue until the next election" .
Shaways said that "disabled parliament and the expulsion of ministers change and stick and stick to the chair led to the aggravation of the differences," noting that "the crisis can be solved by legal and diplomatic means through the involvement of everyone in decision-making


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