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KDP Politburo: Iraqi’s Parliament vote Against Kirkuk governor “Completely Invalid”

2017/09/15 | 12:45

(Iraq Now News)-

WAAR-DUHOK: The politburo of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (PDK) on Thursday condemned Iraqi House of Representatives’ decision to oust Kirkuk Governor Najmaddin Karim, labeling it as “illegitimate and completely invalid.” “Once again the authorities in Baghdad proved that they give no value to partnership, legitimacy, consensus, constitution, public trust and public opinion and have violated ...

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