As part of a series of organizational meetings organized by the Democratic Union Party (PYD) in Germany, the party coordinators met on Sunday (September 8th) in Essen, Germany, with its members in the following cities:
Herne, Gelsenkirchen, Bochum, Hertn, Bottrop, Recklinghausen, Wanne-Eickel, Hattingen in addition to Essen city.
The meeting began with holding a minute of silence on the souls of the martyrs of freedom, then comrade Dersem al-Ali opened the meeting, and welcomed the attendees talking about the organizational reality in the administration stressing the need to raise our organization to the level that befits the sacrifices of our people.
The attendees also exchanged views in this context and most of the questions were answered.
The meeting dealt with the ways of developing institutional work after the members’ suggestions and reports. The reports dealt with the obstacles of organizational work in a spirit of criticism and self-criticism.
The meeting concluded with a plan of action covering all aspects of organizational work in the arena.
PYD’s Women’s Organization held expanded public meetings in many cities. In Nuremberg and Stuttgart, two organizational meetings were held, which was joined by the member of the party’s coordinator, comrade Zuzan Derki, where she pointed out the responsibility of members and supporters of the party effectively in organizing the Kurdish community in the diaspora and maintaining the gains of our people Rojava in addition to their positive role in all fields, Derki focused on the active role of women in most sit-ins besides supporting men and maintaining the social status of the family from decay.
Derki confirmed that they are continuing their march on the path of martyrs until the victory that is looming.
Furthermore, the meeting concluded by opening the discussion, where the audience exchanged views.