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    “They are not treated in its hospitals, and their children are not studying in its schools.” Will Ku

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    “They are not treated in its hospitals, and their children are not studying in its schools.” Will Ku Empty “They are not treated in its hospitals, and their children are not studying in its schools.” Will Ku

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    [size=52]“They are not treated in its hospitals, and their children are not studying in its schools.” Will Kurdistan’s rulers ignore the employees’ strike?[/size]

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    The strike in the Kurdistan region is approaching its second month, while data indicate the ruling class’s indifference to its negative repercussions. Observers explain this neglect by officials not using the region’s hospitals to treat themselves and their families, and the same is true of their children who are completing their educational career in private schools. And foreign schools, not government schools, so that the suffering remains confined to a certain corner, the victims of which are mostly the children of the working class.[/size]
    [size=45]For about a decade, the strike of teaching staff, employees, and other classes that depend on salaries to supplement their monthly income coinciding with the start of the new academic year has been on the rise every year.
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    Ignoring hospitals and schools[/size]
    [size=45]Like many observers, the opinion of Miran Muhammad - one of the representatives of the demonstrators in Sulaymaniyah Governorate - does not differ in that “the authority and the ruling parties do not care about demonstrations and strikes, as they do not depend on government education to educate their children or government hospitals to treat themselves or their families. Officials go on medical trips.” To Turkey and Europe, and their children study in private schools or outside Iraq.” According to him.[/size]
    [size=45]In his speech, Muhammad asks, “Is it reasonable for an employee in Kurdistan to receive the salary for the month of August while we are now in the month of November?” He reinforces his question by saying that “this situation has led to the complete paralysis of public life in the cities of Kurdistan... and educational cadres do not even have the means to pay.” And transportation fees to go to schools.”[/size]
    [size=45]Despite the negative repercussions that the strike has that threaten the educational process in the region, especially in the areas of Sulaymaniyah and its administrations, districts and districts, unlike Erbil and Dohuk, where the educational process appears very normal without a strike, the activist in the educational cadres protests justifies that the strike is being organized to draw the world’s attention to what is happening. It is a clear injustice to the citizens of the region.[/size]
    [size=45]He says, “If the matter had been given to the people of Dohuk and Erbil, they would have gone out with larger demonstrations, but the great repression that exists from the Democratic Party and the security services, including the prevention of demonstrations and strikes, despite the suffering prevents that.” According to him.
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    No harm to parties and authority[/size]
    [size=45]It seems that the agreement that the strike and the emergence of angry mass protests in the region is the “angle” around which Miran agrees with the former Kurdish representative in the Iraqi Parliament, Ghaleb Muhammad, in light of the failure to find solutions to the “big” problem afflicting the people of Kurdistan.[/size]
    [size=45]In his speech, Muhammad
    - who constantly appears in television interviews and press releases as a fierce opponent of the authority in Kurdistan - acknowledges that the parties in power, the regional government, and party leaders are not harmed by the strike and the disruption of work in schools, hospitals, and medical and health centers.[/size]
    [size=45]According to the Kurdish MP’s interpretation, the strike and demonstrations are in order to deliver messages to the international community and the ambassadors of various countries, as well as the federal government and the Iraqi parliament... and with their support, the Kurdistan government continues. They must be aware of the suffering of the Kurdish citizen who lives and is going through the worst stages of his life.
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    Dissenting opinion and Baghdad “the accused”[/size]
    [size=45]However, Kurdistan Democratic Party member Saleh Omar disagrees with MP Muhammad and Miran’s opinion by saying that “everyone has been harmed by the permanent strike, and it is not true that the authority is not harmed: “This matter has political parties behind it.”[/size]
    [size=45]He explained in his interview with “Baghdad Today” that: “Political parties are pushing towards incitement against the regional government and the Kurdistan Democratic Party for electoral goals, since the Kurdistan government has nothing to do with the issue of delayed payment of salaries, and it is working hard to provide financial liquidity.”[/size]
    [size=45]The Democratic member believes that the situation is no different in Dohuk and Erbil than it is in Sulaymaniyah, but he attributes what is happening in the second to what he describes as a “political push,” adding, “It is correct that the demands are from the federal government, because it does not fulfill its obligations towards its citizens in the region.” .[/size]
    [size=45]In turn, Kurdish journalist Behzad Muhammad believes that the file of employee salaries is not in the hands of the regional government. He said in an interview, “Before stopping oil exports by an international judicial decision, employee salaries were proceeding normally and without delay, but stopping oil exports led to this problem.”[/size]
    [size=45]“After stopping oil exports, the Iraqi government had to bear the issue of disbursing salaries, considering that the region no longer had sufficient financial liquidity, but Baghdad violated the budget agreement.” So says the Kurdish journalist.[/size]
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