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PYD elect new co-chairs at party congress

By Rudaw 28/9/2017
The PYD’s outgoing and incoming co-chairs, left to right: Saleh Moslem, Ayshe Hiso, Shahoz Hesen, and Asya Abdullah. Photo: PYD
The PYD’s outgoing and incoming co-chairs, left to right: Saleh Moslem, Ayshe Hiso, Shahoz Hesen, and Asya Abdullah. Photo: PYD
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – The ruling party in Rojava, Kurdish northern Syria, have elected two new co-chairs at a party congress. 

The Democratic Union Party (PYD) elected Shahoz Hesen and Ayshe Hiso, replacing Saleh Moslem and Asya Abdullah. The party is led by co-chairs, always one man and one woman.

The election was held at the party’s 7th Ordinary Congress in Rimelan, Hasakah Province. The two-day congress concluded on Thursday. 

Comments

 
James Parker
James Parker | 29/9/2017
Could you maybe provide more details? Why did they lose? Where they retiring or where they losing support? What do the new leaders stand for? This is more a stub than a article.
Stewee Guy
Stewee Guy | 29/9/2017
I hope our Kurdish polical parties will learn from PYD how to change leaders before they turn to pickles.
b | 29/9/2017
true democracy! I hope our parties in bashur take note and can learn a thing or two from this. well done PYD.
Shep | 29/9/2017
Kurdistan is a baby. Give her time to grow. I am happy - I have wanted this for YEARS. I am a Christian in the USA who loves Kurds. Turkey needs to be tossed out of NATO. USA owes Kurds backing and protection.
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