ERBIL — Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) is said to hold meetings this week with the Change Movement (Gorran) and Kurdistan Islamic Group (KIG) in hopes of finding a solution to their prolonged political disputes.
Nouri Hama Ali, a leading member of KDP, revealed to BasNews that the meetings are expected to happen on Monday, and his party is looking forward to overcoming the political disagreements this time.
Ali further explained that the planned independence referendum would be the main topic on the agenda, but they would also discuss their political views on how to overcome their disputes.
The meetings will come amid the preparations for the independence vote on September 25th, for which the majority of political parties are working to take place, but Gorran and KIG are yet to support.
The KDP official believes that Gorran, with its new leadership, is likely to join them in support of the referendum.