ERBIL— Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) has tried all the ways for the suspended Kurdistan Parliament to resume its mission, said the KDP faction spokesperson.
Mohammad Ali told BasNews on Wednesday that his party is ready for any compromise in the interest of national unity.
He urged the Change Movement (Gorran) not to waste time further more and indicate a date for a joint meeting, adding they are "optimistic" about the results of the due convention.
The meeting will mark the first official meeting between the two parties in months.
Ali also noted that in the meetings between the KDP held and the rest of the political parties in Kurdistan, his party has underlined that Kurdistan parliament must be called back into session.
Recently the KDP officials announced that for the success of the imminent Kurdistan referendum (due September 25, 2017), they agree for Yusif Mohammed, the parliament speaker from Gorran, to resume his position.
After being accused of partiality by the KDP, Mohammed was not allowed to enter parliament in October 2015. Gorran ministers were also relieved of duty afterwards.
The ensuing negotiations hit a deadlock and Gorran refused to continue talks, preconditioning any dialogue to reactivating the parliament with its current leadership, a stipulation that the KDP rejected strongly.