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Kurdish lawmaker reveals moves to persuade protesters to support Zarfi

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Post by rocky on Tue 31 Mar 2020, 6:28 am


Kurdish lawmaker reveals moves to persuade protesters to support Zarfi

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The information / Baghdad ..
The MP from the Kurdish Future Parliamentary Bloc, Sorkit Shams al-Din, revealed, on Tuesday, political moves to persuade the protesters against Prime Minister-designate Adnan al-Zarfi to join the supporters group for him to form his government
, and Shams al-Din said in a statement to the "information /" Al-Zrafi will be very comfortable with the presence of high-level understandings between the Kurdish and Sunni powers, "noting that" the remaining time does not allow for the maintenance of an independent government unable to recover the conditions the country is going through. "
He added that "the Kurdish opposition forces with the formation of an interim government led by Al-Zarfi to complete the issue of holding early parliamentary elections."
Shams El-Din indicated that "there are political moves to persuade the protesters against al-Zorfi to join the supporters' front for him to form his government and gain the confidence of Parliament." Ended / 25h


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