A local council established for the Syrian town of Afrin has started work to normalize the daily life after the defeat of the PKK-affiliated People’s Protection Units (YPG) in Turkey’s Operation Olive Branch.
Twenty members were selected for the local council in a recent election in which opinion leaders in Afrin participated. Eleven Kurds, eight Arabs and one Turkmen are on the council. The local council has already started taking the necessary measures to provide all kinds of services to the people in Afrin.
Different departments for education, justice and municipality services have also been established in the local council building. The local administration has made sure that water shortages are fixed and garbage collection services have returned to normal.
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