Abdul Al-Bari Zebari: The Kurds have 27 demands and will be with those who commit to implement them

Baghdad, The leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, former MP Abdul Bari Zebari said that "the demands of the Kurds are clear and which of the two axes committed to implement them we will join it and be an essential part in the next phase.""The Ku...

Baghdad, The leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, former MP Abdul Bari Zebari said that "the demands of the Kurds are clear and which of the two axes committed to implement them we will join it and be an essential part in the next phase."

"The Kurds have 27 demands, from Kirkuk to Peshmerga salaries to the law of oil and gas and others, which are reasonable and not impossible," Zebari said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA).

He added that "any of the two axes / Saeron and Al-Nasr / or / Al-Fatah and the State of Law / committed to implement them in written form we will join it to announce the largest bloc and the formation of the next government."

"With these demands and their implementation, regional and international pressure remains important in both directions," Zebari said.

It is scheduled to begin two Kurdish delegations on Sunday their consultations with the Iraqi political forces, a unified program related to the basic demands of citizens of the Kurdistan region after they met yesterday President Fuad Masum.

The delegation of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) is headed by Fadhil Mirani, secretary of the political bureau of the party, while the PUK delegation is headed by the official of the political bureau of the Union Mullah Bakhtiar.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency