ERBIL — The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and Change Movement (Gorran) are set to hold a bilateral meeting on Monday to discuss the political disagreements.
Arif Roushdi, a senior advisor to KDP’s politburo, confirmed the report to BasNews and said that the politburo will meet on Sunday to select the members of its delegation, whom are expected to be senior members of the party.
Roushdi also revealed that the imminent independence referendum and reactivation of Kurdistan Region Parliament are on top of the agenda in tomorrow’s meeting.
The meeting comes amid preparations for the independence vote in Kurdistan which is set for 25th September this year.
Except Gorran and Kurdistan Islamic Group, all other political parties active in the region took part in the meeting in which the decision was made over the referendum timing.
Gorran previously proposed the postponement of the plan in hopes of finding a solution to its disputes with the KDP over the reactivation of the parliament.