[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]National Union: We did not nominate any figure for the presidency
The leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Saifullah al-Surji, on the non-nomination of any person for the post of President of the Republic by the Union, while stressing that the Union did not formally join a bloc or alliance, he said he has no red line in this regard.
He said in a press statement that the post of President of the Republic will be approved by the Council of the leadership in the Union, which has not been so far on any candidate, noting that a number of names are traded, including Latif Rashid and Mohammed Fadel and others, but has not been formally nominated Of them for the post.
He stressed that the Union has not officially announced accession to any political bloc or alliance, indicating that a number of blocs expressed their desire to talk with the Union in this regard, but there is no agreement concluded or signed a signed agreement or other so far, indicating that the Union is open to all blocks provided To agree to implement their conditions during the next four years with the necessary guarantees in written form.
A member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Ghazi Kakai said in a statement earlier that the closest to the alliance of Kurdistan forces are a coalition of state law and the alliance of conquest, in terms of acceptance of the 27 points provided by the Kurds and put a condition to join the largest bloc.
The leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Giyath al-Surji has announced last Saturday that an agreement was made with the Democratic Party consists of 27 points on negotiating with Baghdad to form the largest bloc, noting that among those points the application of Article 140 constitutional and grant the region 17% of the Iraqi state budget and even Carrying out the census and commitment to arm the Peshmerga forces and return them to the disputed areas alongside the Iraqi army, as well as work the principle of balance in ministries and government institutions.