Senior KDP officials and Gorran leader reaffirm unity of political parties
Following a meeting and discussing several internal issues, Head of Change Movement (Gorran) Noshirwan Mustafa and Secretary of Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) politburo Fadhil Mirani stressed on the unity of Kurdish political parties.
A KDP delegation led by Mirani visited Gorran HQ in the province of Sulaimani, aiming to discuss the significant internal issues.
Speaking in a press conference, Mirani said that the major aim of the visit was to talk about “strategic issues”. He added that Iraq is now plunging into a bloody war that will have impact on Kurdistan too.
Mirani announced that: “We have to strengthen our relations and unity and intensify the leadership meetings and visit each other frequently and make the opinions more close.”
By visiting each other and maintaining unity, Mirani said, the problems of the government and the crises will definitely get solved. “If we get closer and work together, then we will have better governance.”
In addition, Mirani stated that it was the first visit, but it would be continued in the future. “Nothing gets solved overnight.”
Mirani added that they do not want to crunch time because the happenings are very fast and that they do not want to get into trouble.
On his part, leader Mustafa Gorran
said: “They discussed the current situation in Iraq and the Kurdistan Region and Middle East in order to have a common evaluation of them. We also talked about Yemen war as well.”
Mustafa also repeated Mirani’s statement that the only condition for success is “unity” of the Kurdish political parties in this sensitive moment.
Regarding the recent negotiation about the disputes emerged about the presidential term in Kurd- istan, Mustafa said: “We discussed the issue of finishing the presidential term of the Kurdistan President. We think that there should be a political comprehensive consensus on it and common understanding would be made amongst the parties.”Mustafa also added that the leadership of the political parties will make a decision on the issue and then the Kurdistan Parliament will work on it.