The Executive Council of the Kurdistan Islamic Union, Thursday, issued a statement on the 30th anniversary of the uprising of the people of Kurdistan against the former regime in Iraq.
The council said in its statement that "On days like this, the city of Rania, the gate to the uprising, began to break the wall of fear with the Baathist regime, a few days they were able to raise the victory flag throughout Kurdistan."
Added, "One of the outcomes of this uprising was a parliamentary system of government, which was expected to be a turning point for Kurdish rule, and to establish an independent national entity".
The statement added, "Unfortunately, the system of government in the region was not at the level of the aspirations of the people revolting against the injustice of dictatorship," noting that "after 30 years, the achievements of the uprising today face many threats."
Emphasized that "the deep financial crisis, the weakness of the legislative system, the miserable conditions of government and the ineffectiveness of the judicial system, all of these are serious strategic threats to the entire political project in the Kurdistan region."
The Executive Council concluded its statement, calling on the power parties in the region to "deeply and genuinely review the governance project in the Kurdistan region, and draw a strategic road map to save the project from failure."