Vice Kurdistan: the five parties meet soon

BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - a member of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Abdul Bari Zebari said that the five political parties in the Kurdistan region tend to hold a unified meeting to contain the crisis in the region.

He said Zebari's (IMN) that "the five parties held over the past two days, a series of unilateral meetings on the political offices of parties level to discuss the region crisis and possible ways to contain it," pointing out that "the general orientation of the parties is to hold a meeting of their representatives in order to reach a common agreement."

He explained that "in the event of the five parties failed to reach agreement on the crisis, it is possible that there will be an external intervention from countries that are working to help contain the crises in Iraq."

It came the differences between the two Kurdish parties against the backdrop of hundreds of protesters attacking the staff of the majority of the political headquarters of the Democratic Party of Kurdistan in Sulaimaniyah province and the indictment of the MDC of being behind the fueling of the Kurdish street against the Kurdistan Democratic Party.

And it escalated the dispute between the Kurdistan Democratic Party, headed by Massoud Barzani, and between the MDC headed by Mustafa Nshiroan after that gave the Political Bureau of the Democratic president of the Kurdistan region parliament and ministers of the Movement for Change Erbil to leave within 48 hours.