[size=36]To negotiate their positions with the new government .. A close visit of a Kurdish delegation to Baghdad[/size]
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is scheduled to visit a Kurdish delegation, in the coming days, to negotiate their positions with the new government.
The MP from the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc, Bashar Al-Kiki, said, "A Kurdish political and parliamentary delegation will visit Baghdad to negotiate with all parties concerned with the political process, including the prime minister assigned to come up with an appropriate solution."
Al-Kiki added, "The choice of the Kurdish ministers must be through the nomination of the Kurdish component itself as a deserving of them as is the case with it, and vice versa of that would be unreasonable." The Kurds choose their ministers in the same way?
Al-Kiki indicated that "the Prime Minister-designate wants to say that he is independent and does not deal with the parties, but the parties are the ones who came with him, so we must be clear with the people in our proposal", noting that "there is no problem in nominating ministers across the parties because they have programs And a vision for the present and the future in addition to assuming more responsibility from individuals. "
He affirmed, "The Kurds did not agree with the Prime Minister-designate in choosing the Kurdish ministers," noting that "the Kurdish parties were present in Baghdad and are still contributing to the solutions of crises."