[size=36]A Kurdish leader criticizes the two major parties' failure to form a joint delegation to negotiate with Baghdad[/size]
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, a Kurdish leader criticized, on Wednesday, the lack of agreement by the Kurdish political parties so far to form a joint delegation to negotiate the formation of the federal government.
A member of the Supreme Political Council and the interest of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Hakim Qadir Hama, said in a statement that "there is no way for the Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union, except to unite the ranks, and possess a unified political discourse on different visions, affiliations and beliefs."
Qadir Hama added, "Unfortunately, today the political parties, specifically the Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union, were not able to go united to the capital, Baghdad," adding that "what we are seeing now is that delegations and negotiating committees go one of them independently of the other to Baghdad to negotiate the formation of the government." new". Ended 29/A 4