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More than 30 parties, orgs participate in consultative meeting

GIRKÊ-LEGÊ- More than 170 political parties and civil organizations as well as independent personalities from the north regions of Syria and Damascus participated in the consultative meeting of the Kurdistan National Congress in Rojava.GERKR LEGE-DSTPEKIRINA ŞIWRA.JPG (3)

The consultative meeting of the Kurdistan National Congress in Rojava has begun in the Laborers Union Hall in the town of Rmaylan, in the Qamishlo canton, with the participation of 170 representatives of political parties and civil organizations as well as independent figures from the regions of north Syria and Damascus.

The meeting is attended by two representatives from each political party and one representative from each civil and social institution in addition to independent personalities. Also, 34 delegates from the Afrin region, 20 delegates from the Euphrates region, and independent personalities from the Syrian capital Damascus, as well as 22 members of the Kurdistan National Congress in Rojava and the co-chair of the Kurdistan National Congress, Nelafer Koj.

The Co- Chair of the North Syrian Federative Council Hadya Youssief, the Co – chair of the Democratic Union Party Aisha Haso and Shahoz Hassan, former co-chairs of the Democratic Union Party Saleh Muslim and Asiya Abdullah and the secretary of the Kurdish Democratic Progressive Party in Syria Abdul Hamid Haj Darwish.GERKR LEGE-DSTPEKIRINA ŞIWRA.JPG (1)

According to the Preparatory Committee, the parties and civil institutions participating in the meeting are:

Democratic Party of Kurdistan, Democratic Progressive Party of Syria, Kurdish Liberal Party, Democratic Peace Party, Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Kurdistan Communist Party, Kurdistan Democratic Party, Kurdish Left Party in Syria, Kurdistan Green Party in Syria, Kurdistan Democratic Party, Kurdish Democratic Party in Syria, Democratic Unity Party, Reform Movement,

Democratic Convergence Party, Kurdish Brotherhood Party

Patriotic Party of Kurdistan, Kurdistan Democratic Party in Rojava, Kurdish Yazidi Party in Rojava, Kurdish Writers Union, Kongra Star, Sara Organization Against Violence Against Women, Culture and Art Coordination in Rojava, Kurdish Youth Union, Yazidi House, Afrin Women’s Association, and

Al – Jazeera Clans’ Council and the Union of Muslim Scholars in Cizîre Canton

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