Par­ties op­ti­mistic af­ter meet­ing with Barzani

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS -

Most political par­ties said that the last meet­ing of the political par­ties> lead­ers was more suc­cess­ful that the pre­vi­ous one.

“The meet­ing was more suc­cess­ful that the pre­vi­ous one and we think it will be­come start for re­solv­ing the is­sues and re­or­ga­niz­ing the par­ties” Pa­tri­otic Union of Kur­dis­tan (PUK) polit­buro mem­ber, Saadi Pira said. “Barzani showed his readi­ness for solv­ing the pres­i­dency is­sues. He said he is ready to leave his post for some­one agreed by all the par­ties. Gen­er­ally he said he re- spects any de­ci­sion the par­ties make.»

Pira dis­closed that a com­mit­tee con­sist­ing of nine mem­bers has been formed for re­ac­ti­vat­ing par­lia­ment, solv­ing in­ter­party dis­putes, and for pre­par­ing a pro­ject for con­duct­ing a ref­er­en­dum for in­de­pen­dence.

Kur­dis­tan Com­mu­nist Party spokesman, Baba Ali Jab­bari, also said the meet­ing was an im­por­tant one in which Barzani asked all the par­ties to co­op­er­ate in re­solv­ing the cur­rent is­sues.

«The fi­nan­cial cri­sis is not only in Kur­dis­tan Re- gion but it ex­ists in most of the coun­tries in the world,” Ali Jab­bari said. “I can say it is an in­ter­na­tional cri­sis. We need time to work on ref­or­ma­tion in the govern­ment agen­cies and through find­ing a mech­a­nism for solv­ing the prob­lems.»

Kur­dis­tan Is­lamic Move­ment spokesman, Ab­dul­lah Warti, said this meet­ing was sig­nif­i­cant as all par­ties were able to ex­press their opin­ion with Kur­dish lead­er­ship look­ing for se­ri­ous so­lu­tions for each is­sue.

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