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 Kurdistan National Security Council prelude to police power: Change Movement

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Kurdistan National Security Council prelude to police power: Change Movement  10.7.2012  

Dr Shaho Saeed, spokesman of Change (Gorran) movement and member of Kurdistan Parliament. See Related Links 
July 10, 2012

ERBIL-Hewlęr, Kurdistan region 'Iraq', — The main Kurdish opposition, the Change movement, Gorran, spokesman declared that the establishment of the Kurdish National Security Council is a prelude to build an overall and police authority in Kurdistan.

He added that the Council will penetrate in all political and civil life in the region, pointing that the Parliament has no authority over the new Council.

Shaho Saeed, in a statement, copy received by Aswat al-Iraq, said that the Council's law need to be amended and national approval for its formation, in reference that it was formed without the approval of the Kurdish opposition parties.

On Sunday, it was announced in Kurdistan region the formation of the Council, to be headed by Masrour Barzani, the current head of Kurdistan inelegance apparatus and the son of Kurdistan region president Massoud Barzani.

The new council will combine three main responsibilities: security, military intelligence, and the supervision of existing intelligence services. In his remarks today in Salahadin,www.ekurd.net Massoud Barzani noted that this council will further unite the Kurdish government and bring the Kurdistan Region closer to complete reunification.

Analysts believe that danger of any totalitarian regimes is that they shape rules and state institutions to legalize their undemocratic plans and ambitions. Surprisingly, the two ruling parties, Kurdistan Democratic Party and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, are doing what the former – overthrown – totalitarian regimes previously did in the Middle East.

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