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WED, 20 JUN 2018 Kurdistan Region (GMT +3)

KDP Leadership

Kurdistan Democratic Party, Leadership Elections for the 13th Congress, Erbil, December 2010
 
President: Masoud Barzani
Vice president: Nechervan Barzani 
 
Leadership Council (Sorted by votes received)
 
  1. Masrour Barzani
  2. Sidad Barzani
  3. Karim Sinjari
  4. Yousif Barzani
  5. Rosch Shaways
  6. Hoshyar Zebari
  7. Fadhil Merani
  8. Nazhat Hali
  9. Nawzad Hadi
  10. Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman
  11. Qadir Qachagh
  12. Kamal Kirkuki
  13. Salah Delo
  14. Azad Berwari
  15. Aras Hasso Mirkhan
  16. Sirwan Barzani
  17. Sarbast Sinduri
  18. Ali Hussein
  19. Kakamin Najar
  20. Nouri Hama Ali
  21. Chnar Sa’ad Abdullah
  22. Pishtiwan Sadiq
  23. Hemin Hawrami
  24. Abdulkhalq Bapiri
  25. Ramsi Sha’aban
  26. Fraydoon Jwanroyi
  27. Zaeem Ali
  28. Diyari Hussein
  29. Rebwar Yelda
  30. Dilshad Shahab
  31. Jafar Iminki
  32. Arif Tayfour
  33. Younis Rojbayani
  34. Sarbast Trawanshi
  35. Sasan Awni
  36. Hiwa Ahmed
  37. Adham Barzani
  38. Mahmoud Mahmoud Ezidi
  39. Ali Awni
  40. Mahmoud Mohammad
  41. Khasro Goran
  42. Abdulmuhaymin Barzani
  43. Ali Tatar
  44. Ahmed Kani
  45. Izzadin Berwari
  46. Safin Dizayee
  47. Najat Ali
  48. Shirin Amedi
  49. Aveen Hiruri
  50. Nazaneen Wasu

Reserves

  1. Omar Osman
  2. Abdullah Ali
  3. Ako Chowsheen
  4. Bilind Ismail
  5. Qadir Qadir
  6. Akbar Haidar
  7. Sarbast Bapiri
  8. Hamid Darbandi
  9. Vian Sabri


Selected Articles
President Masoud Barzani received Jan Kubis, the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq.


President Barzani stressed that the elections held brought about a new reality, and for the people of Kurdistan, the main priority is to observe and adhere to the principles of partnership, consensus and balance in all areas of governance.

Statement by the Political Bureau of the Kurdistan Democratic Party


The Presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives and with the support of some people and political parties brought up a wave of rejection and protest and issued a number of unconstitutional resolutions and laws that put the entire political process in Iraq to a freeze and complexity.

Joint views of Kurdistan Democratic Party and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan on the new political alliance in Iraq


The political Bureaus of (KDP) and (PUK) consider the move as positive and believe it is a political roadmap for a good alliance to overcome the complex political crisis. Undoubtedly, (KDP) and (PUK) will discuss their common positions and will work to form a joint delegation as soon as possible to commence dialogue and discussions.