ERBIL — The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) are set to meet in the upcoming days for discussions over the reactivation of Kurdistan Region Parliament, and official said.
The two major parties will hold the meeting on Sunday or Monday this week, hoping to finally find the best mechanism to call the parliament back into sessions, said PUK Spokesperson Sa’di Ahmed Pira.
Concerning the Change Movement (Gorran) and its involvement in the efforts to reactivate the parliament, Pira reiterated that the party is welcome, but the other sides would make a decision if Gorran refuses to take a step forward in the process.
“We don't have time to wait any longer,” the spokesperson said.
The statement comes a day after a senior delegation from PUK met with Gorran to discuss the issue, but the discussion ended with no concrete decision at the end.