[size=36]PUK: Talabani and Barzani meeting may pave the way for ending the political impasse in Iraq[/size]
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The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan confirmed that the meeting that brought together its president, Bafel Talabani, with the deputy head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Nechirvan Barzani, today, Sunday, will be a prelude to meetings between the two presidencies and their political offices to contribute to ending the differences in the region and working to end the blockage in the political process in Iraq.
A member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Tariq Jawhar, said, "Today's meeting was a positive step to melt the ice between the Union and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, especially after the election of the parliament presidency in Iraq, as the Democrat did not consult with us about it, which caused a major rift and intersection within the Kurdish house."
He added, "The sitting of the two parties at a high level of leaders is an important development and may be the beginning of a serious dialogue to reform the situation in the Kurdistan region, and the matter requires a serious and frank dialogue to end the problems and unify the Kurdish position."
He stressed that "the Kurdish division is not in the interest of Kurdistan nor Iraq in general, and the two parties have struggled together and achieved gains for the region, and it is necessary that they agree on radical solutions related to the implementation of the reform law demanded by the Union and the issue of the Kurdistan Commission as well as the file of the election of the President of the Republic of Iraq and resolving these details may pave the way for To end the crisis of naming the presidents of the republic and the ministers.
Jawhar expected new meetings to be held in the coming days between the leaders of the two parties, Massoud Barzani and Bafel Talabani, and the two political bureaus of the Democratic and Unionists, in order to agree on ways to end the contentious issues.
He stressed that "the two parties agreed a week ago to stop media campaigns, and this paved the way for today's meeting. If there was an agreement between the Kurdish forces from the beginning, the political process in Iraq would not have reached the current blockage that prevented the completion of the constitutional benefits." Ended 29 / h