Iraq: Kurds are reviewing their participation in the political process
Kurdish parties and political blocs in Erbil, capital of Kurdistan province, denounced the demonstrators invade to the Iraqi Council of Representatives and the attack on the Kurdish deputies, and confirmed the refusal of certain blocs controlling the political process, and that is what drives them to review their participation in the political process in Iraq.
Kurdish political blocs in the Iraqi parliament denounced the protester’s storming into the Iraqi Council of Representatives and the attack on a number of MPs and described this as a blow to the political process in Iraq, where the parliament represents the people’s power. And the political blocs confirmed its categorical rejection of the imposition of the opinion of any political movement to other movements and blocs, and that which puts the Kurdish political blocs in front of a review of the overall participation in the political process option.
Observers and analysts describe what is happening in Iraq is a struggle for power and money, and also what happened in the Green Zone of protesters storming the building of the Council of Representatives of Iraq is the result of the procrastination of the parties concerned to conduct reforms and the failure of political forces in the reform.