Last Thursday I wrote an article about the Iraqi demonstrations titled (The Demonstration of August 12 and the Irresponsibility of Iraqi Government). Yesterday I met with Metro fellows, I focused on the same issue, and I said openly, it is time for the south Kurdistani parties hold a conference, in a critique view the current economic and political crisis in Kurdistan evaluated, finding a mutual resolution and impose the government to follow the decisions and then I emphasized on the local and international threats!
It is clear; the international policy
and the demonstrations in the Middle East have backed up for changing the autocratic regimes nowadays. Even the democratic parties couldn’t change the parliament speaker of Tunis. I don’t mean struggling for democracy has ended but evacuated!
Today, the giant countries are suffering from four great issues that are: economic crisis, terrorism and the world security disorganization, coronavirus and conflict among the giants.
If this chaotic situation lasting long, the risks on the great powers are increasing while none of them have any political, economic and security alternative.
In terms of regional countries, they usually combined to the international policy; it is a useless fiction the great powers reach to a strategic agreement about the world bazaar, particularly, oil and gas, otherwise neither gas nor oil seller countries cannot oppose the international agreement of oil and gas.
A century after Lausanne and Sykes-Picot, the regional countries that separated Kurdistan have not changed their principle of democracy and civilization so far. The only federal country is Iraq which is the result of a balanced force between the Kurdistan region and Baghdad during the breaking down of the Saddam regime.
Syria has lost 75% of its area the remains will protect by Russia and Iran whereas Syria is not ready to take the cultural rights to the Kurds. Similarly, the president of Turkey says we will break other agreements as Lausanne. At the same time, Iran insists on the policy of faqih emirate and confronts any international pressures and local strives.
How will be the Kurd’s fate in this situation? Kurds have struggled more in the last centuries than the former ones. If we shed light on the local and international treaties after the first world war till Algerian agreement such as Sykes-Picot (1916), Lausanne (1923), Santo (1955) and Algeria (1975). These agreements tell us after every (25) year, a local and international treaty conducted.
The thing that I scare in this period is the sectarian nationalists while they haven’t destroyed in the Middle East yet; they got more powerful in the local and international political equation, likewise, they still have a powerful position across the world.
I have only one question, can south of Kurdistan afford once again, such a political situation, economic crisis, red tapes and the separation among the political parties? Unfortunately, even our allies blame us on the accumulation of our problems and the disagreements of our nation.
Why are the patriotic and experienced parties of our nations still waiting? Why are not eager about holding a shared conference and making a responsible decision about the situation? To be honest, I don’t know the response; I only see apathy and non-clearance!