by Michael Arizanti
Long-standing PKK lobby in Washington deepens with Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck contract, guided by former Congressman Edward Royce.
PKK, long known for its robust lobbying presence in Washington, has further solidified its ties with the US political establishment by signing a new contract with the prominent law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck. This strategic alliance is being overseen by Edward Royce, the former Chairman of the US House of Representatives’ Foreign Affairs Committee, further reinforcing the PKK’s access to influential circles within the US government.
The contract’s primary focus is to secure funding for the PKK’s ongoing management projects in Syria. Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck will utilize its extensive network of connections within the US Congress to support the PKK’s agenda in the annual appropriations process. Additionally, the firm will engage in direct communication with key figures in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, aiming to garner their support for the PKK’s endeavors in Syria.
This newly established partnership marks a significant step in the PKK’s efforts to enhance its political influence in Washington. By partnering with a renowned law firm and aligning with a former high-ranking congressional official, the PKK is demonstrating its determination to maintain a strong presence in the US political landscape. PKK have already endored support by important Think Tanks like
@WashInstitute for years….but this is lobbying on another level!