In May, Turkey witnessed presidential elections, the first round was held on May 14, and with no candidate receiving 50% +1, the second round was held on May 28, and ended with Recep Tayyip Erdogan winning 52.16%, in front of his opponent from the People's Party Republican Kemal Kilicdaroglu.
The President of the Southern Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, posted a tweet on Sunday, May 28, congratulating the leader of the Justice and Development Party, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on his victory in the presidential elections. This is what the people of NE, Syria described as a stigma on the forehead of the Kurdistan Democratic Party and everyone who followed their example.
“The results were not announced yet, and despite this, he congratulated Erdogan.”
Citizen Ali Omar from the city of Qamishlo said in this context, "The elections that took place in Turkey are not like the previous ones: "All candidates in the elections know that the Kurds' standing on any side will inevitably lead to their victory. The Kurds wanted in these elections to stand by the change that was inevitable. It must be in Turkey."
Pointing attention to the first round of the elections: "The results were not announced so that Masrour Barzani congratulated the fascist Erdogan on his success in the elections, and this angered most of the Kurdish people. The Barzani family, which describes itself as the basis of the Kurdish root, protects its interests at the expense of the blood of the Kurdish people." Otherwise, I would not have sent congratulatory telegrams to the dictator and the historical enemy of the Kurdish people.
Omar continued his speech: "Despite all the hostility and brutality shown by Erdogan and his ruling party in Turkey towards the Kurdish people, whether in Bakur Kurdistan or in other parts, the same position was repeated in the second round of elections, and this time from the President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, to be the first to congratulate Erdogan won, and this does not satisfy the Kurdish cause, which he claims hypocrisy, and is not in its interest.
The closure of Fish Khabur by Turkish orders
For her part, the citizen, Zubaida Abdel Rahman, indicated that the closure of the Faysh Khabour border crossing, opposite the Semalka crossing from the north and east of Syria, was "one of the orders of the Turkish occupation, to narrow the siege on north and east Syria on the one hand, and sow discord among the Kurds, to be the first beneficiary of that." The crisis, and the Barzani family is behind everything that is happening in Makhmour and Şengal and all the Turkish attacks, for the sake of the family's interests, at the expense of the public interest.
Zubaida Abdul Rahman confirmed, " Nechirvan Barzani's congratulations to Erdogan is nothing but an affirmation of the unity of the common interests between the Barzani family and Erdogan to eliminate the Kurdish presence, and the achievements made by the Kurds over these years." His historical betrayal.
'PDK student receives lessons and guidance from his killer'
The citizen from the city of Qamishlo, Izz al-Din Kido, agreed with the previous opinions regarding the congratulations of the President of the Southern Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, to Erdogan, noting that: “The Kurdistan Regional Government is like a student who follows the directions of his murderer, Turkey, and since history has not left any form of torture behind.” Genocide only imposed it on the Kurdish people, and now it has become easier for them thanks to the Barzani family.
Kido pointed out that: "It is not the first time that one of the Barzani family has agreed with the Justice and Development Party and Erdogan, but sending congratulations to Erdogan before his victory and before the final results appear is a shame towards his people," adding: "Erdogan pursues a policy of divide and rule against The Kurdish people, and the Barzani family implement this policy on the ground.
Kido called on the people of Qamishlo canton, the Kurdish people, and the people of Southern Kurdistan to stand up to the KDP's policies that do not serve the Kurdish cause, and "will lead us to destruction."