DBP to discuss self-rule and autonomy in 15 cities
Following the declarations of self-rule in many settlements across North Kurdistan in the last two months, DBP is preparing to hold meetings to discuss self-governance and autonomy in 15 Kurdish cities between October 1-11.
Following the declarations of self-rule in many settlements across North Kurdistan in the last two months, Party of Democratic Regions (DBP) is preparing to hold meetings to discuss self-governance and autonomy in 15 Kurdish cities between October 1-11.
The meetings organised by DBP will witness a discussion of self-governance from various aspects in the provinces of Siirt, Batman, Mardin, Amed, Urfa, Dersim, Şırnak, Hakkari, Van, Bitlis, Ağrı, Iğdır, Kars, Muş and Erzurum.
According to the information released by DBP Headquarters, the meetings will discuss self-rule, democratic autonomy in all their dimensions to be realized in conformity with the social dynamics of the settlements, embracing various communities, faith groups, civil society organisations, local administrations and people’s assemblies; the future of the cities and the roles to be played by social dynamics during the building process of self-rule.
The meetings will be last two days in each one of the 15 cities. The first day will bring together a rich diversity of groups composing the social dynamism of the cities, while public meetings will take place on the second day.
DBP called for strong participation in the meetings, which are also supported and will be attended by representatives of Democratic Society Congress (DTK) and Free Women’s Congress (KJA).