Baghdad Kurdish leader Mahmoud Othman revealed the existence of large differences between the Kurdish parties contribute to delay the formation of the new government in the region.
Othman said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) that the volume of differences is still large between the Kurdish parties on government posts in the provincial government to be formed, and most of these problems are between the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, pointing out that a new round of talks between the Kurdish parties will be held after Nowruz holiday. "
Othman added that "there is currently a third party (external) from Baghdad or some countries, contributes to resolving the problems between the Kurdish parties, in order to accelerate the formation of the new government in the region."
He pointed out that these problems may contribute to delay the formation of the new government for a period of one to two months, and this is a long time, and may create new problems in the event of not holding frank meetings, and make concessions from all parties, to form a new government in the Kurdistan region".
Source: National Iraqi News Agency