Kurdistan Democratic Party- Syria (PDK-S), the most prominent political party under the roof of the Kurdistan National Council, has reopened its office In the eastern part of Qamishlo.
The Kurdish National Council was established on October 26, 2011, in the city of Helwer in Bashor Kurdistan, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party -Syria is one of the most prominent political parties under the council's roof, and one of the parties in charge of the council.
The Office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party -Syria was closed after the decision of the Interior Authority in Al Jazeera canton in March 2017, which included the need for all parties in the region to review the Party Affairs Committee, but the party and some other parties did not review the committee so its offices were closed.
During the Turkish attacks on the northern and eastern regions of Syria, the Commander-in-Chief of the SDF launched an initiative to unite the Kurdish ranks, and as a sign of goodwill from the Autonomous Administration of the North and East of Syria, It announced to allow unauthorized parties to open their offices and drop charges against the leaders of the Kurdish National Council, To carry out its political activity without the need for prior security clearances.
The Kurdistan Democratic Party (PDK-s) recently opened its offices in Hasaka, Direk, Gireke Lege, Cil Agha, Amuda, Darbasiya, and on Friday in the eastern part of Qamishlo, and is preparing to open its offices in the cities and other areas of Rojava, after the completion of preparations.
Enemies of the Kurdish Cause are a lot
"After the opening of our offices, we will continue our political work and political meetings," Nafi Abdullah, a member of the Central Committee of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Syria said.
Abdullah claimed that they support the initiative of the SDF Commander-in-Chief Mazloum Abdi, noting: "We will make it work, because today we are under threat from the Turkish state and the enemies of the Iraqi cause are many."
Abdullah stressed the need to unify the political discourse of the Kurds in Syria, and to work on the arrangement of the Kurds house.
At a time when efforts were being made to take measures to build confidence among Kurdish blocs in the areas of Rojava, a delegation from the Kurdish National Council in Syria met on February 19, 2020, with the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Causoglu. This visit raised many questions and contradictions in the Kurdish street, which the initiative to unite the Kurdish ranks is expected to be successful.
Some Kurdish forces and parties believed that the meeting was aimed at torpedoing the initiative, and that dealing with the occupation in this way serves its policies based on the logic of divide and rule.
The main objective of Turkey's call for the Kurdish National Council is to make it public that it is the only representative of the Kurdish people in Rojava to torpedo the unity initiative.
"We must know our demands as a force in Syria, what do we want in Syria's new future? Abdullah said.