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 Peshmaraga Forces must take control of situation in Iraqi Kurdistan 

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Peshmaraga Forces must take control of situation in Iraqi Kurdistan ‎ 3.12.2011 
By Baqi Barzani - ekurd.net

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December 3, 2011

Peshmaraga Forces must take control of situation Kurdish Defense Forces ( Peshmargas) cannot remain indifferent to the ongoing critical developments looming in South of Kurdistan [Iraqi Kurdistan]. The survival of Kurdistan Autonomous Region is being menaced by sporadic waves of violence and disarray on account of overt foreign meddling into our internal affairs.

Kurdistan is surrounded by a set of antagonistic regimes who would love to see Kurdistan Regional Government KRG weakened or collapse. Protest rallies are also erupting due to public growing frustration with widespread corruption by the two ruling parties.

To avoid the replication of bloody demonstration of          

Kurdish peshmerga forces in Sulaimaniyah, Kurdistan region of Iraq, March 28, 2011. Photo: Chris De Bruyn
February, 2011, Peshmarga forces must immediately intervene and temporarily take charge of the current state of affairs. All efforts must be spared to ensure civilians protection from ongoing or impending mass atrocities.

To best meet public demands, precipitate election dates are required to be announced in Iraqi Kurdistan.

KRG must be willing to peacefully transfer the power to Peshmarga Forces until new election results are revealed to public.

All Kurdish political parties are urged to exercise maximum restrain and strongly warned not take advantage of the current crisis to destabilize the country.

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