President of Kurdistan: We have no choice but secession

President of Kurdistan: We have no choice but secession

21-07-2015 04:30 PM

President of Kurdistan - We have no choice but secessionThe head of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani said the Kurds faced with two choices either independence or submission, noting that they will not choose to undergo any way, and prefer independence.

He noted in his speech with the leaders of the Kurdish Peshmerga forces on the fronts of Erbil and Mosul, «The struggle of our nation throughout history did not not for the Kurds stay under the yoke of submission, did not offer the martyrs in order to remain under the command of one ».

Barzani said in a statement, following the end of his meeting with the leaders of the Peshmerga during his tour of areas west of Mosul and Ba’shiqah Mosul Dam, he said that «the Peshmerga forces implementation of its duty to defend Kurdistan consciously may not be partisan by the conflict affect », pointing out that« whatever the political competition between the parties, the people’s decision is decisive in the end », in reference to the disagreements some Kurdish forces on extending the presidency of Barzani for a third term.

The head of the region criticism of some of the Kurdish parties Without that call, on the back of its claim to move to a parliamentary system in the administration of the territory.

He Barzani, the «golden opportunity» emerged for the Kurds, and they are at the top of success, and expressed surprise at the «some talk at this stage about the need for the existence of two administrations of Kurdistan».

He added that « dissatisfied with the unit of the Kurdistan region are free to choose another place to live outside »as he put it.

The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and the MDC, has recently asking to amend the Constitution of the Territory and refused to stay Massoud Barzani for a third term in the presidency of the province is insisting on the Kurdistan Democratic Party. Also it threatened Kurdish voices in Sulaymaniyah by dividing the Government of the Territory to the two departments if they are to reach agreement on contentious issues.