Shafaq News/ Today, Saturday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party announced its support for holding “early elections” according to three conditions to ensure their success, while calling on political forces to enter into negotiations “based on the constitution.”
The political office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party said, in a statement issued today, regarding the calls for early elections, received by Shafak News Agency, that “the party had expressed its concern from the beginning about the current situation in Iraq and the political blockage that the country is going through.”
“We ask all political forces to enter into fruitful negotiations on the basis of the constitution, based on the principle of the supreme interest of the Iraqi people,” he added.
He continued, “It is possible to repeat the elections in Iraq, but this comes after the agreement of the political forces and ensuring that they accept their final results and that the previous elections in Iraq will not be re-experienced.”
The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, calls for the dissolution of parliament and the holding of early elections, while his rival, the Shiite coordination framework, confirms his intention to proceed with forming a new government.