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Kurdistan: We will not abandon the goals of the Kurdish revolution to achieve

Editor: SS | GS
Tuesday 13 March 2012 10:27 GMT
Kurdistan Alliance MP Khalil Mahma
Sumerian News / Baghdad

Emphasized the Kurdistan Alliance, Tuesday, that the Kurds will not give up on the objectives of the Kurdish revolution to be achieved, considering that stability, prosperity and development witnessed by the Kurdistan region was the result of an agreement on March 11 for self-government in 1970 "and the struggle of the leader Mustafa Barzani and the blood of the Peshmerga," and urged the Kurds to maintain the goals of the revolution Kurdish "and achievements" achievements.

The MP said the coalition Mahma Khalil said in a statement received "Alsumaria News," a copy of it, that "stability, prosperity and development of the Kurdistan Region was the fruit of an agreement on March 11 and the struggle of the Kurdish leaders, and on top of the leader and the father and spiritual leader of the late Mustafa Barzani and the blood of fighters, the Peshmerga," noting that "March 11 was a real transmission, in the process of the Kurdish revolution and the struggle of the Kurdish people."

Khalil added that "the Kurds will not give up one day on the objectives of the Kurdish revolution and the struggle of the Kurdish people under me to achieve all aspire to it," calling on Kurdish youth to "stick to the goals of the Kurdish revolution and preserve the achievements made in the region and preserve them forever."

And enjoy the Kurdistan region, which includes the governorates of Arbil, Sulaimaniya and Dohuk, the stability of a security and a clear, unlike many other provinces, especially the capital, Baghdad, where from time to acts of violence against civilians and security forces alike, as evidenced by the movement of reconstruction and clear.

Noteworthy that in the 11 of March 1970, an agreement was signed autonomy of the Kurds by the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, and the government has admitted that the Iraqi national rights of the Kurds with guarantees for the Kurds to participate in the Iraqi government and the use of Kurdish language in educational institutions, but the issue of Kirkuk remained stuck waiting the results of the census to determine the proportion in which the various nationalities.

Was planning to make that statistic in 1977, but the agreement of March was dead before that date where worsened government relations with the Iraqi Kurdish leader Mullah Mustafa, especially when he announced Barzani officially the right of the Kurds in Kirkuk, and considered the Iraqi government's insistence the Kurds on the Kurdish Kirkuk, a declaration of war, and this is why the Iraqi government in March 1974 to the Declaration autonomy for the Kurds unilaterally without the consent of the Kurds, who considered the new agreement is far from the Convention in 1970, where he did not consider the Declaration 1974 Kirkuk and Khanaqin and Sinjar areas located within the autonomy of the Kurds launched a label Tamim province of Kirkuk.