ERBIL — The three major Kurdish political parties have reached an initial agreement over the reactivation of Kurdistan Region parliament which has been suspended since October 2015.
The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and the Change Movement (Gorran) held a unique trilateral meeting on Tuesday, talking about their prolonged political disputes.
An informed source confirmed to BasNews that Gorran has agreed to send its lawmakers to the parliamentary sessions together with their colleagues from the KDP, PUK, and other parties.
BasNews has also learned that the parties have agreed to work on the legal facilitation of the planned independence referendum once the parliament is called back into sessions.
However, an official told reporters after the meeting that the three parties are yet to finalise a mechanism for the reactivation of the parliament, and that they are expected to meet again tomorrow.