The two largest Kurdish parties announce their position a day before the vote on the Al-Kazemi government
Two prominent leaders in the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan revealed today, Tuesday, the support of their parties to proceed with a vote on the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
The Kurdistan National Union deputy, Hasan Ali, said that his party “will vote for Al-Kazemi as Prime Minister,” explaining: “Our support for him continues and has not changed.”
He added, “There are some ministerial names that are still in dispute, but we in the National Union have no objections,” going on by saying, “We want to proceed with the new cabinet because the situation is no longer tolerable, and the first steps for correction are the existence of a new government in this sensitive circumstance.”
For his part, the spokesman for the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Aram Palati, said that his bloc will attend the voting session and added, “We have supported him from the beginning until today, and we believe that voting for his government is a first step to confront the difficult circumstances that Iraq is going through.”
The House of Representatives has set, tomorrow, Wednesday, the date for holding the session of granting confidence to the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi. Source