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We have to take advantage of South Sudan experience and should not repeat self isolation if we do that we will weak the national unity and the return to regional system may be turned into calls for self-rule," he said.
While the PKK enjoys self-rule within areas adjacent to the Kandil Mountains without interruption by the KRG security forces -- known as peshmerga -- the KRG is strictly opposed to the extension of the PKK's reach, especially after the two groups fought together against the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) in northern Iraq.
BEIRUT: A Kurdish official was quoted Wednesday as saying that the self-rule authority in the far east of Syria is issuing family registration booklets that do not recognize multiple marriages.
At least 40,000 people have been killed since the PKK began the armed rebellion in 1984 with the aim of winning self-rule for Turkey's Kurds who make up 15-20 percent of the population.
The laws passed by the Ukrainian parliament call for three years of self-rule in parts of eastern Ukraine and for local elections in December.
Create a self-rule index for local authorities and country profiles for the EU Member States, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.
The head of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic election commission Roman Lyagin said that 89 percent voted in favour of self-rule.
He said: "Those who stand for self-rule do not understand it would mean complete destruction of the economy, social programmes and life in general for the majority of the population.
Those who stand for self-rule do not understand that it would mean complete destruction of the economy, social programmes and life in general for the majority of the population in these regions.
The separatists in Donetsk appear to be still sticking to demands for some form of self-rule despite negotiations with local officials and Ukraine's richest man, multi-billionaire Rinat Akhmetov.
Three Afghanistan men who worked as interpreters for British troops in the present military debacle now claim they must be offered asylum in Britain because they will be murdered by Taliban supporters when their country reverts to self-rule.
Their efforts amount to Syria's first experiments in self-rule after decades of violent tyranny under the Assad clan.