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Kurdish parties rule out forming unified delegation for negotiations with Baghdad

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Kurdistan Islamic Union has ruled out the possibility of forming unified delegation for negotiations with Baghdad due to the divergent positions of the major opposition parties and the two main parties, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP).
Kamal Kuger, a leader within the Kurdistan Islamic Union, said that there are preconditions for any rapprochement between the opposition parties and the two main parties of PUK and KDP.
He added the opposition parties will ask for a fair share in political representation after the unfair practices committed against them after the fraud and manipulation of votes in Kurdistan.
He added the Union is still opposed to forming an alliance with PUK or KDP, and it has no desire to repeat the previous experiences.
"Opposition does not want to negotiate with Talabani or Barzani's parties, so forming a unified delegation for Baghdad negotiations is still unlikely," he noted.



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