KIU Prom­i­nent Leader Re­signs

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS -

A prom­i­nent mem­ber of the Is­lamic Union of Kur­dis­tan (KIU), Di­nadr Na­j­man Doski, who is also the party polit­buro mem­ber, re­signed on Tues­day, fol­low­ing the events of the Kur­dis­tan Par­lia­ment ses­sion held on June 23.

Doski said that he had in­formed the lead­er­ship of KIU about his res­ig­na­tion de­ci­sion in re­ac­tion to KIU's state­ment about the Par­lia­ment ses­sion.

He ac­cused KIU for hold­ing an in­ac­tive stance re­gard­ing Par­lia­ment’s ses­sion, say­ing that po­lit­i­cal blocs shouldn’t have dis­cussed the is­sue of Kur­dis­tan Pres­i­dent post in the ab­sence of other blocs, in­clud­ing the KDP.

He also crit­i­cized his for­mer party for not ap­pre­ci­at­ing its mem­bers and their works in Ba- di­nan and for fail­ing to give enough at­ten­tion to the Bad­i­nan area.

Din­dar Na­j­man Doski is one of KIU founders. He was the Iraqi Min­is­ter of Immigration in the pre­vi­ous cab­i­net in Bagh­dad.

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