Faili Kurds in Favour of Kurdistan’s Independence Referendum: Activist


ERBIL — The Kurdish Shi’ite minority, higher know as Faili Kurds, help the independence referendum set for 25th September this yr in Kurdistan Area.

Ismail Sayamir, a Kurdish Faili political activist, informed BasNews on Friday that his group is delighted with the choice to carry the referendum, “particularly those that are at the moment dwelling within the Kurdish disputed areas of Diyala and Wasit provinces.”

Chaired by Kurdistan Area President Masoud Barzani, 15 Kurdish political events held a gathering on Wednesday to announce the independence referendum to be held on 25th September. Additionally they made it clear that the Kurdish disputed areas, that are exterior the executive rule of Erbil, shall be included to permit the Kurds there to vote.

“The Faili Kurds will vote “Sure” for independence… They’ve been struggling beneath the rule of present and former governments in Baghdad,” he acknowledged, noting that annexing their areas to a future unbiased state of Kurdistan is the one resolution to deliver them some hope.