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The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) said on Tuesday that it had agreed with the Democratic Party not to open formal dialogues with Baghdad before the unification of the Kurdish house with a bloc of 55 seats.
“All the serious dialogues with the blocs in Baghdad have not been officially opened until now,” said the leader of the Union Ghayath al-Surji.
He added that “the Union formed a bloc with the Democratic Party with 44 seats and open the door to dialogue with the opposition parties composed of 11 seats,” noting that “there is a meeting after the Eid to dialogue and the announcement of the Kurdistan bloc with 55 seats.”
He stressed that “the Kurdish parties will not open the door to dialogue before the unification of the Kurdish house,” pointing out that “the dialogues and accession will be towards the bloc, which agrees on the largest number of the 27 points specified.”