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    Post by Rocky Mon Dec 04, 2023 6:26 am

    Al-Barti is dissatisfied with Baghdad's "renunciation" of a previous agreement: Armed groups create problems and spread fear
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    Baghdad today - Erbil 
    Member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Saeed Mammo Zaini, said today, Monday (December 4, 2023), that implementing the Sinjar Agreement is enough to end the suffering of the people of the district and restore stability.
    Mamo Zaini said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “the Iraqi government’s repudiation of the previous agreement signed between Baghdad and Erbil caused instability in the Sinjar district, and the continued influence of outlaw armed groups.”
    He added, "There must be seriousness in implementing the Sinjar Agreement concluded between Baghdad and Erbil, which will end all the problems of the judiciary, contribute to the return of stability, the return of the displaced, and the removal of armed groups, including the Workers' Party, who are carrying out "many" actions that contribute to creating problems, spreading fear and panic, and recruiting young men and women." .
    On October 9, 2020, the Iraqi government in Baghdad, headed by Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, and the local authority in the Kurdistan region concluded an agreement to normalize the situation in the city of Sinjar, under the auspices of the United Nations and the international coalition led by the United States.
    The agreement essentially aims to remove the armed groups from the town, in preparation for the return of its displaced persons, about 80 percent of whom still refuse to return, due to the tense situation in the city and the control of those groups over it.
    According to figures from the Department of Immigration and Displacement in Dohuk Governorate, northern Iraq, which includes a camp for the displaced of Sinjar, more than 360,000 Yazidi Kurds were displaced from the city in 2014, 331,200 of whom live inside and outside camps in the governorate, while a portion migrated outside the country. Some others returned to their areas.
    There are currently two local administrations in Sinjar, one of which was appointed by the authorities of the federal government, and the second is the elected government that conducts its work from Dohuk Governorate.
    The anti-Ankara Kurdistan Workers' Party also formed a faction loyal to it there called the "Sinjar Protection Units" and receives salaries from the Iraqi government.
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