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Mala Bakhtiyar's intimidating remarks on KDP ‎ 18.12.2011 
Translated by Dilshad Hassan for ekurd.net

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Mala Bakhtiyar, a leading Kurdish politician in Iraqi Kurdistan and a member of Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK. Photo: Facebook

December 18, 2011

SULAIMANIYAH, Kurdistan region 'Iraq', — “ Gali Kurdistan” Kurdish TV satellite station conducted a two-part in depth interview with Mala Bakhtiyar, a leading Kurdish politician in Iraqi Kurdistan and a member of Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, pertaining to recent riots that broke out earlier in “ Badinan” regions.( December 2, 2011, a group of angry mob attack liquor stores and set on fire massage parlors in Zakho in the Dohuk Governorate).

The first part of the interview was broadcast as slated. However, the second part was blocked to be aired after a KDP-led (Kurdistan Democratic Party) delegation from KDP’s political bureau consisting of: ( Masrour Barzani, Fazil Mirani and Mahmood Mohammad) purportedly rushed to Sulaimaniyah to convene an emergency meeting with officials from Patriotic Union of Kurdistan on the subject matter.

In the second part of interview, Mala Bakhtiyar had lashed out at KDP officials for deliberately orchestrating the “Badinan” unrest, touched on potential unification between Gorran,www.ekurd.net the largest opposition force with PUK and warned KDP of retaliatory responses, had it maintained its antagonistic behaviour toward Kurdistan Islamic Union (an Islamic party which KDP charged it with stirring up the riots).

Some of Mall’s criticisms are believed to be so harsh that they been broadcast; it could have without doubt resulted in suspension of ties between the two ruling parties.

Malla had to call the TV station to call them off from airing the second part of his interview.

Source: Kurdistanpost
Translated by Dilshad Hassan for ekurd.net
Sulaimaniyah 12/17/2011

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