Ending Totalitarianism Means Ending Court Trivialities
Unlike the financial crisis and the brutal war that the Kurdistan Region is waging against Da’esh, some parties intend to move the political process towards further deterioration. The deterioration has started following the GorranPUK deal. We’re all aware that the announcement of the bilateral political deal evoked two provocative messages, the first, the deal tends to be a claimed constitution for imposing certain political will, which intends to be a sort of alternative for government, authority and general legitimate principles; and the second, imposing will of parliament seat numbers. The mentioned points cause KDP’s immediate, clear and strong reactions.
At the same instant, the two parties previously had unofficial political coalition with the other two Islamic parties practically against KDP. They used the parliament for shifting the balance of power and isolating the KDP, then attempting to change the governing system temperamentally according to their own political interest, claiming that they’ll turn Kurdistan into a “field of promoting democracy, eliminating the hurdles before achieving the personal, historical and political wishes.” Meanwhile, rational voices were being heard inside the political parties, though they were minorities, and were often accused of being KDP’s supplement and were degraded, which more likely seems to be ideological terror and violence.
Once again, in a public official speech in front of members of his party with a reaction against his summon before Erbil’s courts, Nawshirwan Mustafa issued dire threats for dissolving the political community, not taking into account the real circumstances. Whenever the KDP and PUK held a meeting, Nawshirwan and Gorran would set off a political bomb for negatively provoking the political situation.
In his remarks, Nawshirwan mentions ending unilateralism and achieving the new balance of power. He’s repeating the same story over, a story that he’s been telling over against Barzani’s family and Kurdistan’s revolution for over half a century, a story that denies a joint and power leadership, but rather works towards political dilemma, further deteriorating internal issues. It seems that this is a hateful, deceitful, divisive and power diminutive mind. The political bomb that was set off last week under the pretext of “ending totalitarianism and the new balance” might take the Kurdistan Region towards another round of troubles and political issues, aiming at creating a complex political arena and political compliment against the court, and delaying the trial of Nawshirwan Mustafa who’s been accused of exciting carrying out attacks on consulates, targeting pipelines in Kurdistan Region. It aims at obsessing over the parties’ and Region’s leadership with the internal issues, preventing them from taking advantage of the transformations going on in the area. To say it honestly, in the “totalitarianism” talks, they want to exclude President Barzani and the KDP in the leadership of this historical age. The reality is telling us those negative minds and attitudes have never gained success at any time. So even though the political parties were forcibly obsessed with another round of internal issues, the political development will go on at this stage, because there’s strong political will for rationally dealing with the issues.