BAGHDAD, The leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Shuan Mohamed Taha, confirmed that the Kurdish delegation will visit Baghdad again before announcing the results of manual counting and sorting to discuss the file to form the next government.
Taha said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) that "the meetings of the political blocs are still in the understandings and did not reach the results of the formation of the largest parliamentary bloc, and still haze the scene of alliances that will nominate the personality of the next Prime Minister."
"The Kurdish blocs visited Baghdad recently as a preliminary step to read the general situation of the form of future alliances among the political blocs," noting that "the manual counting and sorting will not affect the results of elections in the region, and therefore the Kurdish delegation will visit Baghdad again before announcing the results of manual counting and sorting.
He explained that "the Federal Court has not yet ratified the election results, and it is necessary to be careful and not to rush to adopt alliances," noting that "the application of Article 140 of the Constitution at the top of the demands of the Kurdish delegation, which will visit the capital soon."
Source: National Iraqi News Agency