The political parties have not been consulted to determine the date of the parliament elections in the Kurdistan region, said the head of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) faction in Kurdistan Parliament.
Ziad Jabar, the head of the PUK faction told Kurdsat News on Monday, that the elections should be held on time and the electoral law should be amended and the differences should be solved.
The head of the PUK faction said, the other communities and minorities should have their own genuine representatives, adding that the representation of cities and towns is not balanced and must be resolved.
The Kurdistan Region Presidency has set November 18, 2023 as the date for the parliamentary elections to be held.
Meanwhile, the parties and factions in parliament have not yet reached a final decision on the amendment of some articles of the electoral law and the seats of communities are yet to be determined.