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Barzani: People of Kurdistan do not accept any changes to the plan unless there is a better option than the referendum

2017/09/15 | 11:25

(Iraq Now News)-

WAAR-DUHOK: Once again Iraq is trying to oppress the people of Kurdistan in the name of political majority, stated Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani on Thursday, revealing that the UN Security Council has also been involved in the issue of the independence referendum of the Kurdistan Region.

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