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by Rizgar Amin,Kerim Yildiz

Category: Constitutional Law
Subcategory: Law
Author: Rizgar Amin,Kerim Yildiz
ISBN: 1900175061
ISBN13: 978-1900175067
Language: English
Publisher: Kurdish Human Rights Project (March 1996)
Pages: 95
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In Iraqi Kurdistan, according to a 1995 Amnesty international report, the "prime responsibility for human rights abuses lies with the two parties holding the reins of power in Iraqi Kurdistan - the KDP and PUK" due to the political and military power these parties hold.

In Iraqi Kurdistan, according to a 1995 Amnesty international report, the "prime responsibility for human rights abuses lies with the two parties holding the reins of power in Iraqi Kurdistan - the KDP and PUK" due to the political and military power these parties hold. Amnesty reported that Francis Yusuf Shabo, an Assyrian Christian and politician, who was also responsible for dealing with complaints by Assyrian Christians about disputed villages was shot dead on 31 May 1993 in Duhok and no one was yet brought to justice.

The Iraqi–Kurdish conflict consists of a series of wars and rebellions by the Kurds against the central authority of Iraq during the 20th century, which began shortly after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in World War I and lasting until the . invasion of Iraq in 2003. Some put the marking point of the conflict beginning to the attempt by Mahmud Barzanji to establish an independent Kingdom of Kurdistan, while others relate to the conflict as only the post-1961 insurrection by the Barzanis

Iraqi Kurdistan’s State-building process was launched and. currently evolves. Iraqi Kurdistan, a process which the KRG authorities would. found primarily on exploitation of the energy sector as the most. natural stimulus for the economy and as a privileged tool to.

Iraqi Kurdistan’s State-building process was launched and.

In Iraqi Kurdistan, according to Amnesty international the "prime responsibility for human rights abuses lies with the two parties holding the reins of power in Iraqi Kurdistan - the KDP and PUK". Amnesty reported that Francis Yusuf Shabo, an Assyrian Christian and politician, who was also responsible for dealing with complaints by Assyrian Christians about disputed villages was shot dead on 31 May 1993 in Duhok and no one was brought to Justice. Lazar Mikho Hanna (known as Abu Nasir), an Assyrian Christian and politician was shot dead on 14 June 1993 in Duhok

The Kurdish–Turkish conflict is an armed conflict between the . in its 1994 Country Report on Human Rights Practices for Turkey History.

The Kurdish–Turkish conflict is an armed conflict between the . In 1992 Colonel Kemal Yilmaz declared that the Special Warfare Department (the seat of the Counter-Guerrilla) was still active in the conflict against the PKK. The . State Department echoed concerns of Counter-Guerrilla involvement in its 1994 Country Report on Human Rights Practices for Turkey History. Main article: Timeline of the Turkey–PKK conflict.

European Union, has its operational bases in Iraqi Kurdistan, in the mountainous areas . Kurdistan is not only an evocative territory or an ideal cause with which to identify, but it also entails a series of key issues in the Middle.

European Union, has its operational bases in Iraqi Kurdistan, in the mountainous areas of Qandil. Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (Iraq). However, right when their praises are being sung, a set of questions arises whose answers are complex and have to do with broader issues regarding the Kurdish question. Kurdistan is not only an evocative territory or an ideal cause with which to identify, but it also entails a series of key issues in the Middle East, such as the rights of minorities, the destinies of regional conflicts, Islamic terrorism and energy resources.

Human rights in Kurdistan Region. Redirected from Human rights in Iraqi Kurdistan). Human rights in Iraqi Kurdistan refer to the human rights issue in the autonomous area of Kurdistan Region. Although the Kurdish regional parliament has officially recognised other minorities such as Assyrians, Turkmen, Arabs, Armenians, Mandeans, Shabaks and Yezidis, there have been multiple accusations of attempts to "kurdify" them

Human Rights Watch reported that journalists in Iraqi Kurdistan who criticize the regional government have faced . Human Rights Watch lauds FGM law in Iraqi Kurdistan. British MP hails Iraqi Kurdistan as regional leader in religious tolerance. Al-Ali, Nadje; Pratt, Nicola (2009).

Human Rights Watch reported that journalists in Iraqi Kurdistan who criticize the regional government have faced substantial violence, threats, and lawsuits in recent months, and some have fled the country. What kind of liberation?: women and the occupation of Iraq. University of California Press. p. 109. ^ Voordewind, Joël (2008).

10 Meadowcroft, Michael, Kurdistan Elections for Iraqi Kurdish National . 73 KHRP, Charter for the Rights and Freedoms of Women in the Kurdish Regions and Diaspora (London, KHRP, 2004), 11. 74 Mojab.

10 Meadowcroft, Michael, Kurdistan Elections for Iraqi Kurdish National Assembly and Leader of the Kurdistan Liberation Movement, 19 May 1992, Monitoring Report (London: Electoral Reform Consultancy Services, 1992), 4. 11 Geldenhuys, Deon, Contested States in World Politics (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009). 47 WADI Foundation, Female Genital Mutilation in Iraqi Kurdistan: An Empirical Study by WADI (Frankfurt: WADI, 2010), 12–17. 74 Mojab, Gender, Nation and Diaspora, 126.

To the Iraqi regime, an Iranian victory in the war presented an existential threat. By 1987, the Iranians started to show signs of fatigue and the United States began to throw its support more fully behind the Iraqi war effort. This was so especially after the 1986 Iran-Contra debacle, which exposed Washingtons double-dealing and led to the defeat of those within the Reagan administration who had been leaning toward Iran more than Iraq.

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