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Barzani family dominate political, military & government posts in Kurdistan and Iraq, over 20 posts held

Aug-12-2012 at 08:35 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Last edited on 08/12/2012 at 08:42 PM (UTC3 Assyria)
 
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“Barzani family dominate political, military & government posts in Kurdistan and Iraq, over 20 posts held. List: (Gorran’s original Twitter post was accompanied by a Kurdish-language document.)”

  1. mes'ud barzanî - Pres of KDP and Pres of Kurdistan (nephew/braza)
  2. nêçîrvan îdrîs barzanî - vice-pres of KDP and PM of Kurdistan (nephew/braza)
  3. rewan îdrîs barzanî - General and head of nêçîrvan barzanî's security (son)
  4. mesrur mes'ud barzanî - KDP politburo member, head of national security council and head of KDP intelegence (son)
  5. mensur mes'ud barzanî - Head of special zêrevanî forces (grandson)
  6. nasr mensur mes'ud barzanî - pres of pêşmergeye sports club (brother)
  7. sîdad barzanî - member of KDP leadership council, head of Masoud's office (brother)
  8. dlşad barzanî - KRG rep to Italy (brother)
  9. weciye barzanî - head of regional forces (brother)
  10. sîhad barzanî - head of KDP artillery (brother)
  11. nîhad barzanî - Head of presidential tribal affairs office (nephew/braza)
  12. îcra îdrîs barzanî - head of nêçîrvan barzanî's office (cousin)
  13. edhem barzanî - KDP leadership council and former pm (cousin)
  14. şêx sîracedîn barzanî - head of mîn organisation (cousin)
  15. 'ebidulmweeymen barzanî - minister of pensions (uncle)
  16. hoşiyar zêbarî - Iraqi FM and kdp politiburo member (uncle)
  17. babekir zêbarî - highest ranking officer in the iraqi army
  18. dlşad şîhab barzanî - minister of local councils

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