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Turkmen Reform Movement chief removed for power monopoly

ARBIL / IraqiNews.com: The head of the Turkmen Reform Movement has been removed from his post for his “monopoly of power” and “disregard for the leadership’s opinion,” according to a statement released by the movement. “As a result of his negative stances, his sticking to his wrong approach, his disrespect for the movement’s internal regulations, his monopoly of power and his disregard for the leadership’s opinions and advice, the members of the Central Committee have unanimously agreed to freeze the membership of Abdulqadir Bazrakan, to remove him from his position as the head of the movement and to strip him of all his powers,” read the statement that was received by Iraqi News. The committee has named Ibrahim al-Qassab, a member of its political bureau, as its new head until the convention of its next conference. The movement, headquartered in Arbil, is an offshoot of the Turkmen Front. The movement has one seat in the Kurdish Parliament. SS (P)/SR 1



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