Political | 06:46 – 06/02/2021
Baghdad – Mawazine Nez
The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan confirmed, on Saturday, that the Kurdish delegation will return to Baghdad next week to resume negotiations on the budget, and while expressing regret that the percentage of the Kurdistan region has not been decided within the federal budget, it called for not to use the differences as electoral propaganda at the expense of the Kurdish people.
“The Kurdish government delegation will return to Baghdad next week to find solutions with the budget and resume negotiations,” the union’s leader, Ghayath Al-Surji, said in a televised interview.
He added, “It is not possible to exploit the economic situation in Kurdistan to achieve electoral political interests in Baghdad and to insist on passing the budget in this case.”
“We hope that the differences between a Kurdish party and Baghdad will not be reflected on the fate and interests of the Kurdish people, especially since there are also political parties that represent the people in the region,” he added.
Al-Surji accused “some political figures in Baghdad of exploiting the budget crisis and using it as a rich advertising material before the elections,” calling on everyone to “solve matters in a good and fraternal manner.” Ended 29 / h