[size=36]Democrat: We are going to agree with the Union on a candidate for the presidency[/size]
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, a representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Majid Shankali, confirmed today, Monday, that the two Kurdish parties are going to agree on a candidate for the presidency.
Shankali said, "The state administration alliance will be announced soon," noting that "the two Kurdish parties are partners in the alliance."
He added, "The two Kurdish parties are going to agree on a candidate for the presidency, although he has not announced any official agreement yet," noting that "when both parties are in one coalition, which is the coalition of state administration to form the next government, this confirms that a mechanism of understanding has been reached." About the presidential election session.
He stated that "the most prominent outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil, which must be agreed upon to form a government, are the draft oil and gas law, Article 140, the budget, administrative boundaries, and Peshmerga entitlements, in addition to legal legislation for the Federation Council."
And he indicated that "the cabinet deserves the share of the Shiite component, and they are the ones who choose a candidate for the position with the consensus of the rest of the parties," explaining that "everyone does not care about the person as much as they care about the government program and his vision about building a state."
He stated that "Iraq is one and its citizens enjoy their full rights, whether in Zakho, Erbil, Salah al-Din or Basra." Ended 29 / p. 87