|After Lausanne Agreement, Iraqi Turkish has been forgotten. They are suffered, whose struggle is prevented, tried to be exploited, and more importantly tried to be broken apart. Even if such policy seem to have become successful when viewed from out, we think that it is not farther are exposed to numerous constraints and attacks whenever they attempted to make their voices heard in the world. The dictatorial regime that captured the government in Iraq has increased their assimilation policies to wards the Turks living in Iraq and tried to erase and annihilate their assimilation policies presence in the national scene.
Such questions as 'Is it a new Turkmen Movement in Iraq?' shall be asked. Our supporters who spent effort in sever social and political institutions both in Iraq and in a broad, struggled for the case of the Iraqi Turks. However as they did not carry out a political movement and as they did stay in the Iraqi Territories where is the main area of struggle is tomcatted our people could not gather around these institutions.
Therefore we are compelled to found our party under the title of TURKMEN PEOPLE'S PARTY. This does not indicate any separation in thought basis from our other institutions, which already founded. We promise to support every enterprise and effort which whose policies to our case we believe are realistic and reasonable. Our relations with our institutions shall be at a high level. We are determined to solve our disagreements with a democratic understanding.
We believe that an active group who foresee the future and who can produce the most favourable program in the future, having the support of a dedicated and believer base forms our party. Our administrative care and our base, which we derive strength from, their presence, believes in real struggle. We do not want to pursue a passive policy. We believe that we shall succeed by a dedicated and believer group of people who shall dedicate them selves to our struggle. We promise to continue to our struggle to the extend or degree that it acquired its goals.
There are inherent conflicts between the Iraqi state, people, neighbours and those states that acquired superiority and sovereignty in the Middle East. Under such circumstances, our party believes that the best solution shall be by ten formation of a central government comprising to the democratic Iraqi Republic, in a negotiation table with their national, religious and political adversaries, by coming together and reaching to agreement in minimum similarities among the participants. There by they can accept and sing up on a government which all of the said parties shall establish agreement. In doing so, I particularly stress the requirement that very issue should be negotiated under democratic terms and resolutions should be taken in an environment that is freed from such antidemocratic means as weapons or other forcible methods.
Our party is open to all of our citizens who believe in our struggle, because our party shall have a very powerful administrative cadre and dedicated base in our first ordinary congress