KDP

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AcronymDefinition
KDPKurdistan Democratic Party
KDPKappa Delta Pi (Education Honors Society)
KDPKurdish Democratic Party
KDPKey Decision Point
KDPKidney Disease Program
KDPKey Data Processor
KDPKiawah Development Partners (Kiawah Island, SC)
KDPKey Design Parameter (US Air Force)
KDPPotassium Di-hydrogen Phosphate
KDPDifferential Propagation Phase Shift
KDPKeyboard Data Processing
KDPKeyboard Display Printer
KDPKnown Distance Point
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The Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran has been striving for decades for independence in the Kurdish areas of western Iran.
The ambush was carried out Thursday night on Mount Ain al-Safra, 17 km east of Mosul, according to Mohy al-Deen al-Mozouri, a leader of the Kurdish Democratic Party.
According to the Kurdish Democratic Party's electronic site, headed by President Masoud Barzani, the bombardment was done with total coordination with Kurdish Peshmarga forces.
"These elections are a big step forward for the democratic experience in Kurdistan and will lead to a fundamental and necessary change in the political map in the region," said Abdul-Razzaq Ali, a spokesman for Kurdish Democratic Party (KDP), one of Kurdistan's major parties.
The Kurdish Democratic Alliance includes four parties: the Kurdish Democratic Unity Party in Syria (Yakiti), the Kurdish Democratic Progressive Party in Syria, the leftist Kurdish Party in Syria, and the Kurdish Democratic Party in Syria (the Parti).
There is no Kurd that does not confirm the right of self-determination, but we mention in our Kurdish declaration the legitimacy of remaining with a democratic and federal Iraq." 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.
Elements of the INA, like the Al Hakimled Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (ISCI) and Al Sadr's Sadrist movement, were accused of drawing funding from Iran; while in Northern Iraq, ruled by the Kurdistan Regional Government, there is only a tenuous separation between state institutions and those of the two main political parties, the Kurdish Democratic Party (KDP) and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK).
Kurdistania, comprised of the autonomous Kurdish region's two long-dominant blocs - the Kurdish Democratic Party and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, won 43 seats.
Indeed, the Kurdish Democratic Party (KDP) and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) that have come together under the Kurdistan List to give themselves an even stronger impetus with the voters, will inevitably continue their winning streak since 1992 by garnering a majority of seats in parliament and also re-electing Massoud Barzani as president for another term.
Barzani's Kurdish Democratic Party (KDP) and Iraqi President Jalal Talabani's Democratic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), the region's most powerful parties, will run for seats on a joint list against 23 alliances of myriad smaller parties.
Parviz said: "I cannot go back because of my support of the Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran.
The blast occurred near the offices of the Kurdish Democratic Party, or KDP, which is headed by Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani.