Baghdad witnessed today a series of explosions in bombed cars and explosive belts directed against ministry of justice and the headquarters of the Kurdish Democratic Party.
What does KDP stand for?
KDP stands for Kurdish Democratic Party
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Iran: The rift between the Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran (KDPI) and the Democratic Party of Kurdistan (DPK) is about to close after six years.
In relevant remarks earlier this month, Secretary-General of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Party Jamal Mahmoud Molla stressed the Syrian Kurds' opposition to Turkey's interference in their country.
On Sunday, at the opening day of the conference of the Kurdish Democratic Party, Barzani said that the Kurds has the right to self-determination.
The Kurdish parties, mainly Barzani's Kurdish Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan of Jalal Talabani, who is president of Iraq, won 59 seats in the 325-member Iraqi parliament.
The Kurdish parties, mainly Barzani's Kurdish Democratic Party and Talabani's Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, won 59 seats in the March election.
Kurdistania, comprised of the autonomous Kurdish region's two long-dominant blocs - the Kurdish Democratic Party and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, won 43 seats.
This has created the perception that the PUK has become a junior partner to the Kurdish Democratic Party (KDP) in the power-sharing arrangement between the two major factions in the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).