The Iraqi Kurdistan did not find anyone to rule it

October 23, 2017
The deadline for submitting candidates last week has been extended to Monday. The deadline for submitting candidates last week has been extended to Monday.

The independence of Iraqi Kurdistan begs much of the ink, and statements threatened by Iraq, Turkey and Iran, but who will rule this region?

Parliamentary and presidential elections were supposed to take place on November 1, 2017, according to the electoral commission in the Kurdistan region of Iraq but postponed indefinitely due to the lack of candidates.

A Kurdish member of parliament, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed that the parties could not focus on the elections because of the unrest following a September 25 referendum on Kurdish independence.

The deadline for submitting candidates last week has been extended to Monday.

It is expected that the presidency of the current province, which will be held by Barzani since 2005 and the parliament elected in 2013 will continue until the new elections.

 Authorities in Baghdad, as well as neighboring Iran and Turkey, oppose a referendum that showed majority support for independence.

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