ERBIL — The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) is ready to settle all political disputes with the other parties for the success of the independence referendum in the Kurdistan Region, said a leading member.
The KDP views Kurdistan’s independence referendum as a national issue, for the success of which it is committed to address the political differences with other Kurdish factions, said Ali Hussein, head of KDP relations.
The KDP and Change Movement (Gorran) have been in a political deadlock over the reactivation of Kurdistan Region parliament for the past several months. The KDP has proposed calling the parliament back into session with no preconditions, but Gorran is yet take any steps forward, according to Hussein.
Kurdistan Region is set to hold the independence referendum this year on 25th September. The poll intends to allow the people of Kurdistan Region decide on remaining as part of Iraq or step towards statehood.