Kurdish citizens and deputies voted “no” and others did not participate


Since 2017-09-25 at 16:39 (Baghdad time)


Special – Mawazine News

Mawazine News / learned from high sources, Monday, that a large number of citizens of the Kurdistan region voted “no” to the referendum, while confirmed the participation of a small proportion of citizens to the referendum.

The social networking sites addressed a series of photographs showing “the vote of a large group of citizens of the Kurdistan region who reject separation from the central government (no) in the referendum of the Kurdistan region.”

The source, who preferred not to be named, that “a small proportion of the population of the province of Sulaymaniyah and Kirkuk participated in the referendum and part of them voted without a referendum.”

And boycotted the head of the change bloc, Sarwa Abdel Wahid, today, the referendum of Kurdistan not to recognize the legitimacy of the President of the region Massoud Barzani, also indicated that it can not turn a blind eye to corruption and stealing oil revenues.

The official Iraqi television reported on Monday (25 September, 2017) that the percentage of participants in the referendum of the provinces of Sulaymaniyah and Kirkuk is very weak.

It is noteworthy that a well-informed source in the province of Kirkuk revealed on Sunday (September 24, 2017) the displacement of a number of residents of the province ahead of the referendum in the province for fear of worsening events in the province, while stressing that the rate of movement of natural citizens in the areas do not exceed 20% 29

From: Haider Mitham




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