A Kurdish woman wins a seat in the European Parliament


27/5/2019 16:22:00
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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 for the Swedish Social Democratic Party Evin Encer is the second Kurdish woman after the Falak Naz Oca, to received such position," Abdul Baqi Hosseini, a Syrian Kurdish writer and activist who has been living in Sweden for several years told PUKmedia on Monday 27/22019. 

 

Evin Encer, 34, has a law degree, has been an immigrant from northern Kurdistan for years and is currently living in Sweden.

 

 

 

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