Save the Homeland: The government will be formed within the next two months

  • 25-05-2022, 19:25
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    Save the Homeland Alliance confirmed, on Wednesday, that the government will be formed within the next two months, while revealing the initiative of Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP)Chairman Massoud Barzani.

    MP of the coalition, Ahmed Abdullah al-Jubouri, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the political blocs began to move to find a solution to the political blockage," expecting that "during the next two months, a solution will be found to the political blockage and the formation of the government in Baghdad."

    Al-Jubouri added, "Political differences are a normal situation, given that the current system is parliamentary, so it is difficult to form a government due to the lack of trust between the political class."

    He pointed out, "The regional and international situation is looking at Iraq in danger, so an agreed national government must be formed that meets the interests of the people, even if it is consensual, but not on the basis of quotas."

    He continued, "The Alliance to Save a Homeland has begun to move towards the Kurdistan Union Party to solve the problems," noting that "in the event of an agreement, the head of the Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, will move to Baghdad and Najaf to transfer the initiative and there will be solutions to form the government."

    MP of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Suzan Mansour, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "during the past days, positive dialogues took place with the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which eased the tension that existed in the political arena."

    She pointed out that "the next dialogue depends on the meeting of the Political Bureau and the senior leaders of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan with the KDP and what will result from these meeting ."

    She added, "We hope well in the coming period, to reach understandings between the two parties," noting that "the Kurdish-Kurdish agreement, will reflect positively on other political differences."