Thursday, 27 August, 2015
Shafaq News / The Security Council adviser of Kurdistan Region and leader in Kurdistan Democratic Party , Masror Barzani confirmed on Thursday, that there are no threats on the political process in the region because of threats of political differences over the presidency of the region, pointing out that the continuation of Barzani in the performance of his duties means it is legal that he stays in his post.
Barzani’s remarks came during a joint press conference with the Secretary General of the Socialist Democratic Party of Kurdistan , Mohammed Haj Mahmoud following the visit of a delegation from KDP to the headquarters of the Socialist Party to discuss the presidency of the region.
Haj Mahmoud said at the start of the conference which was attended by Shafaq News, that his party has its own opinion and does not follow any other policy, adding that the whole world supports the Kurds and the Kurds must regulate their internal issues.
For his part, Masror Barzani said that the two sides exchanged views on resolving the problems of Kurdistan and to respond to the people’s demands.
About the differences among the political parties , he said that what is happening in the region is a evolution in the political process, noting that the differences did not affect Peshmarga forces.
Barzani said that there are no threats to the political process in Kurdistan, pointing out that if someone is trying to sabotage the stability of the country, there are more people than them who will protect this stability.
Barzani also noted that the continuation of the region’s president, Massoud Barzani in the performance of his duties in his position means that its legal that he stays in his post.
It is scheduled for KDP delegation led by Masror Barzani to visit today, a number of parties that didn’t participate in the five-parties meetings to inform them on the position of his party and tell them although they didn’t participate in those meetings, but their views are important for the KDP.
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