KDP says will start dissolving parliament if it fails to abide by by-laws

SULAIMANI (ESTA) — The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) will start dissolving Kurdistan Parliament if it fails to follow its by-laws, the party’s spokesman said on Sunday.

KDP Spokesman Mahmoud Mohammed said his party preferred the parliament to continue its work as the government needs proposals for its reform program.

“The KDP will try to remove obstacles and solve them via dialogue,” he said in a press conference.

“But if the parliament doesn’t work in accordance with its by-laws, one of the ways that will be used will be the dissolution [of parliament]. That will only happen when talks have no results,” he added.

The KDP will send high-level delegation to visit the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and Change Movement (Gorran) in an effort to end “conflicts”, he noted.

Regarding KDP’s congress, Mohammed said the party would hold its congress at the end of this year.

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