ERBIL — Just 10 days away from the Kurdistan Region’s Independence Referendum, the three main Kurdish parties, KDP, PUK and Gorran are expected to hold a joint meeting on Tuesday over reconvening the Kurdistan Region’s parliament after it has been adjourned since 2015.
According to an official, Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and Change Movement (Gorran) finally agreed to conduct a meeting to discuss a range of pressing issues over which they have disputes, mainly the reactivation of the parliament.
Arif Rushdi, advisor to KDP’s politburo, told BasNews “Today’s meeting is of immense importance since it will resolve significant issues.” He noted that KDP is looking forward to the participation of all sides in the upcoming referendum therefore they will discuss these issues in today’s meeting.
A high delegation from Gorran is expected to travel to Erbil for meeting with KDP and PUK.
The KDP official said that the date of calling the parliament into session has been set and preparations and talks are under way for the issue.