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The president of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Relations Hassan Chuird, on Thursday, he was still too early to internationalize the political crisis in the Kurdistan region, calling on Kurdish politicians to absorb the crisis to get out of the dark tunnel where they are.
Said Chuird for "Sky Press," that "lingering in the internal affairs of Kurdistan, the political problems between the Kurdish movements," pointing out that "possible to resolve differences in the Kurdistan with the help of the central government in Baghdad."
"It is still too early to internationalize the political crisis in the Kurdistan region," noting that "the political confusion occurs between the parties politicians anywhere, whether in Kurdistan or Baghdad," calling on politicians Kurds to "accommodate and resolve the crisis to get out of the dark tunnel where they are."
The Kurdistan region is witnessing violent protests for more than 21 days, to demand the resignation of the region's president, Massoud Barzani from power, while a sit several members of the Kurdistan Regional Parliament (7, October now) to support the demands of the demonstrations that attest cities of the region, while underlining that the sit-in aims to put pressure on parliament and the government of the region to respond to the demands of citizens.
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