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Deputy reveals the reason for the withdrawal of the two Kurdish parties from the parliament session

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Deputy reveals the reason for the withdrawal of the two Kurdish parties from the parliament session

Post  RamblerNash on Mon Sep 03, 2018 7:46 pm

Deputy reveals the reason for the withdrawal of the two Kurdish parties from the parliament session

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A member of the Iraqi Council of Representatives on the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc, on Monday, on the reason for the withdrawal of deputies of the Kurdistan Democratic Union and the National Assembly of the Iraqi parliament first session new.

The new Iraqi parliament held its first session for its fourth session on Monday, but the two main Kurdish parties, the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, left the session after the deputies took the oath of office.

A member of the Kurdistan Democratic Bloc in the parliament, MP Dana Jaza, said in a press statement that the two main Kurdish parties left the meeting so as not to be part of those parties that want to announce the formation of the largest bloc.

He added that the Kurds did not decide to join any of the announced alliances, stressing that the Democratic Union and the National Union continued their meetings last night, but no message did not reach the deputies.

He pointed out that the opening session witnessed attempts by a number of parties to speak on behalf of the Kurds and the announcement of the largest bloc at the expense of the Kurds, noting that for that the deputies of the two parties left the session.

This comes at a time when the Kurds have not settled their final decision on joining any of the two Shiite parties who are waiting for the Kurds to achieve the majority.

The number of seats of the Democratic Kurdistan and the Patriotic Union and the Alliance of Democracy and Justice and the Islamic Union 54 seats and once they join any bloc of the Shiite blocs will achieve their goal of the formation of the largest bloc, and if the Kurds entered the alliance of Abadi and Sadr will have a seat of 230 seats, but if they entered the coalition of Maliki, Their mass will reach 204 seats.


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