Rights and Freedoms Party (HAK-PAR) holds its tenth conference in Ankara

Rights and Freedoms Party (HAK-PAR) holds its tenth conference in Ankara

May 29 2024

ARK News… With the participation of a number of representatives of the Kurdish and Turkish parties, the representative of the Kurdish National Council in Syria, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party-Syria, the Rights and Freedoms Party held its tenth conference.

On Sunday, 26/25/2024, the Rights and Freedoms Party (HAK-PAR), which was founded by Abdul Malik Farat, grandson of Sheikh Saeed Piran, held its tenth conference in Ankara, the capital of Turkey.

The conference was attended by a number of representatives of the Kurdish and Turkish parties in Turkish Kurdistan and the other three parts of Kurdistan, Muslim Muhammad, a representative of the Kurdish National Council in Syria and the Kurdistan Democratic Party-Syria, and a delegation consisting of Jiwan Roj Bayani and Nizar Botani, a representative of the Foreign Relations Committee of the Kurdistan Democratic Party.

During the conference, which lasted for two days, and was attended by Kamal Borqai, a well-known political figure in Turkey, Dozkun Qabalan was elected for the second time as party president and a new leadership for the party.

Muslim Muhammad, a member of the Central Committee of the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Syria, delivered a speech on behalf of the Kurdistan National Council in Syria and the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Syria, in which he congratulated the holding of the tenth conference of the Party of Rights and Freedoms (HAK-PAR).

During his speech, Muslim Muhammad shed light on the situation in Syria in general and Syrian Kurdistan in particular and the policies taking place there aimed at ending the Kurdish presence on its historical land.

The Rights and Freedoms Party (HAK-PAR) is a party licensed by the Turkish state. It has offices and headquarters in 41 states in Turkey, and holds its conference every two years.

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