ERBIL — Yezidi Lalish Centre in Germany announced that all the preparations have been made for Kurdish diaspora in Germany to vote in Monday’s referendum on Kurdistan Region’s independence.
Khalat Sheikh Murad, Head of the Lalish Centre said “Five polling stations for Kurdish diaspora in Germany have been opened.”
He noted the stations are located in Munich, Bochum, Hamburg, Bielefeld and Leipzig cities in Germany.
Over 5 million people in Kurdistan Region will go to the polls on Monday to vote in the independence referendum. They will decide whether to secede from Iraq or remain as part of the country.
The Kurdish diaspora outside Iraq can also vote by submitting their electronic ballots on September 23 and 24 via www.e-voting.krd.