Democratic Party of Kurdistan: withdrawal from the Kurdistan Regional Government repr
Democratic Party of Kurdistan: withdrawal from the Kurdistan Regional Government represents an evasion of responsibility
Roudao - Erbil
Kurdistan Democratic Party accused, parties that intend to withdraw from the government, evading responsibility, stressing that the deterioration of the current situation does not fall on the shoulders of the Kurdistan Democratic only.
The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party faction in the Parliament of Kurdistan, Omid Khoshnaw, network Roudao media "bear all the power of participation in the government responsible for the current situation, according to the size of their participation, because what is happening now outside of the will of the citizens of the Kurdistan Regional Government, so we must deal with the challenges in a responsible manner, either issuing statements and outbid the other parties will not solve our problems. "
And the MDC outside the provincial government now, while the Islamist group and the Islamic Union of Kurdistan threaten to withdraw, and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan indirectly denying the Kurdistan Democratic Party that he is under pressure from other parties to withdraw from the government.
Even with the possibility of withdrawal of ministers of four parties totaling 15 ministers, the government also will not be solved in terms of the Kurdistan Democratic Party can run the government until the next election.
According to the legislation, the provincial government solved one of two ways: either the resignation of the Prime Minister (Electoral Act No. 1 of 1992), or according to the confidence of the government's two-thirds of the members of the Kurdistan Parliament with the consent of (the rules of procedure of the parliament).
For his part, the leader of the Jemaah Islamiah Xuan Raper, network Roudao media, "the other parties participating in the government is considering to withdraw now, as a kind of pressure on the Kurdistan Democratic Party."
It is expected to resolve its political parties after the end of Eid al-Adha holiday, to withdraw from the Kurdistan Regional Government or not, amid great anticipation of the citizens of the province and other stakeholders of the situation.