Allawi: A Declaration of the Iraqi National Movement and the Kurds to stay a Unified List in the Provincial Elections

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BAGHDAD / agencies
Sources close to the Iraqi President Iyad Allawi said he will soon announce his movement called the Iraqi National Movement.

The sources said told the National Iraqi News / Nina /: A number of MPs have joined this movement, namely Alaa Makki, Hamid al-Mutlaq, Thamer al-Alwani and Shirwan Waeli and Abd Dhiab.

He added: The group will attract a number of political movements that have an impact on the Iraqi street. In a related context
MP for the coalition blocs Kurdistan Mahma Khalil Sinjari said that the formation of a unified electoral list for the Kurdish parties in the upcoming provincial elections is firm and strong and are a response towards schemes that seek to target Kurds and building their ranks.

He explained in a statement yesterday The strategic action carried out by the Kurdish parties to come down a single list in the provincial elections represents a firm and strong response towards schemes that seek to target Kurds and building their ranks.

He said «that all Kurdish parties as well as the Kurdish people have become aware and realize that the size of the plots and schemes that have increased recently to divide the Kurdish and the targeting of their achievements.

According to Khalil who called the actors, unnamed who seek and try to prejudice the province of Kurdistan and the achievements made by the Kurds -There is a need to unify and leave aside our differences and think of the higher interest of the country and resort to the Constitution away from military language and escalation that indeed won’t scare the Kurds or cause them to retreat from the national goals they have fought for and spilled precious blood over the past decades.

The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, announced earlier that it will hold talks with the Kurdistan Democratic Party to agree on a joint meeting and come out with a standardized list of to submit to the Electoral Commission for elections.


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