Head of Change Move­ment’s political of­fice re­signs

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS -

The head of Kur­dis­tan Change Move­ment’s political of­fice, Mo­hammed Haji de­clared his res­ig­na­tion in the party in a press con­fer­ence held in Er­bil re­leased on Jan­uary 15.

“Un­for­tu­nately, what we strived for was not what we ex­pected, which is why with my due apol­ogy to all I de­clare my res­ig­na­tion in the Change Move­ment,” said Haji

Haji says what they were aim­ing to do was to ful­fill their du­ties in a demo­cratic con­text and civilly, while ac­cord­ing to him “it was not how they were ex­pect­ing.”

Ac­cord­ing to Haji, Gor­ran had hope that things were mov­ing to­wards im­ple­ment­ing re­forms and changes in the political space of Kur­dis­tan Re­gion, a hope which ap­proached through “newly dis­cov­ered minds that were lead­ing the Change Move­ment.”

He at­trib­uted his res­ig­na­tion to sev­eral rea­sons in­clud­ing the in- equal­ity at­ten­tion to the cities of Kur­dis­tan Re­gion.

"The party only pays at­ten­tion to Sle­mani city while other cities like Er­bil, Duhok and Kirkuk cities are all ne­glected," he com­plained

Haji crit­i­cized the party for putting the party's affairs un­der some peo­ple whom, he called "teenagers".

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