Al-Amiri urges the two poles of Kurdistan to resolve differences: it is reflected in all of Iraq
Shafaq News/ The head of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hadi Al-Amiri, urged on Thursday, the two sides of the equation in the Kurdistan Region, (the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan), to find a solution to the dispute between them, while stressing that the continuation and complexity of differences will affect Iraq as a whole.
This came during Al-Amiri's reception, in his office in Baghdad, with the delegation of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, headed by Pavel Talabani, according to a statement issued by the media office of the Al-Fateh Alliance, received by Shafak News Agency.
The statement explained that the two sides discussed "ways to address the political impasse and the need to continue dialogues and understandings to reach realistic and acceptable results that depend on the constitutional frameworks and political norms on which the political process was built."
Al-Amiri stressed, according to the statement, the importance of "finding a solution to the dispute between the two sides of the equation in the Kurdistan Region," noting that "the continuation and complexity of differences will be reflected in all of Iraq, as is the dispute between the rest of the components."
For its part, the delegation of the National Union stressed the need to "unify political visions, continue dialogues, and reach understandings that meet the aspirations of the Iraqi people."
According to the political custom followed throughout the previous sessions, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan held the position of President of the Republic for more than one electoral cycle, but in terms of numbers, the KDP’s obtaining 31 parliamentary seats in the last legislative elections, compared to only 17 seats for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, may reflect the equation This time.
This is what actually happened, when the Democratic Party announced the nomination of Hoshyar Zebari for the Iraqi presidency, to enter into direct competition with Barham Salih for the National Union, which won the party's nomination for a second presidential term.
The Democratic Party says that the Union nominated Saleh for the position without the consent of the rest of the Kurdish forces, which prompted him to put forward a candidate from his side to fill the position.
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