Envoy of Trump in Sulaymaniyah aims to change the position of 4 Kurdish parties
US President George W. Bush’s envoy to the United States will meet in Sulaymaniyah on Tuesday with four parties opposed to the election results.
According to informed sources, the envoy of President Trump, will meet with the four parties this afternoon at the headquarters of the Movement for Change and will try to discourage a decision to boycott the political process in Iraq.
McGowork is also scheduled to meet with the leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) Hiro Ibrahim at the home of late Jalal Talabani.
The parties are: the Change Movement, the Kurdistan Islamic Union, the Kurdistan Islamic Group, and the Alliance for Democracy and Justice.
According to the sources, the leaders of these four parties met yesterday to consolidate their decision during the meeting with MacGork.
These parties hinted during the past few days to boycott the presence of winners in the Iraqi legislative elections sessions of the House of Representatives, and the entire political process in the country.
Polling centers were closed in the Kurdish city of Sulaymaniyah until anger erupted over an unexpected sweep of the city’s dominant party, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK). Arms clashes soon broke out between rival factions. Source