German Parliament discuses Anfal and Halabja massacres


15/3/2013 11:43:00
Print
     German Parliament discuses Anfal and Halabja massacres

At the behest of Christian Democratic Union of Germany and Social Democratic Party of Germany, and other parties, the German Parliament held a parliament session in aim of recognizing mass killings committed against the Kurds.
In that session of the German Parliament, a delegate of Kurdistan Parliamentarians and Kurdistan parties' representatives were present.
The German Parliament consented to a two-aspect draft regarding Halabja and Anfal mass killings. The parliamentarians asked that the German government should politically interact with KRG without the involvement of the third party. They also asked that the German government should provide humanitarian aids to those places and people victimized by the massacres of Anfal and Halabja.    
The Christian Democratic Union of Germany said that the Kurds in Syria, Turkey, and Iran should the same rights achieved by the Kurds in Iraq.
PUKmedia


 

A Kurdish woman wins a seat in the European Parliament


Kurdish MP Evin Encer from northern Kurdistan of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, managed to win a seat in the European Parliament elections.

 

"The Kurdish representative ...


»  A Kurdish candidate: The Dutch people are with staying in the European Union
»  The Patriotic Union congratulates the Kurdish mayor in London
 

Bafel Talabani: Another intra-Kurdish conflict will not happen


Sulaymaniyah, Iraq - Over the past year, Iraq has seen a number of major political developments, including the fallout of the Kurdish independence referendum, the May national elections, and the Se...


»   Kurdish novelist Burhan Sonmez: ‘The only way out is to criticise loudly’
»  PUK delegation reveals the main topics of the meetings in Baghdad
 

Iraqi perspective of the US-Iran tension


The Middle East Research Institute’s Founder, Dlawer Ala'Aldeen issued a report about the latest developments of the tensions between the US and Iran that has been going on for a while now.
»  Breaking the Cycle of Shame in Iraq
»  US plans to deploy 120,000 troops in Middle East


Caricature