[size=36]Will the meetings between the Union and the Democratic Party lead to the formation of a unified bloc? .. A Kurdish leader answers[/size]
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The leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Ghiath al-Sorji, revealed ongoing friendly meetings between the Patriotic Union and the Kurdistan Democratic Party.
Al-Sorji said in an exclusive interview with Mawazine News that, "So far, there is no agreement or official meeting between the National Union and the Democratic Party to agree on forming an alliance or a single bloc," noting that "the current meetings are friendly and did not address the bloc, but there is a rapprochement in the destinations." A look and some opinions.
He pointed out that "the closest to the alliance among the Kurdish parties are the Union and the Democratic Party, because their alliance will have 50 seats and they will have a strong word in Baghdad to work according to the interests of the Kurds."
Regarding the position of the other Kurdish parties, he said, "We do not know the position of the other Kurdish parties because each party has its own visions and ideologies." Ended 29/A 4