After the political, strategic, economic and military changes that occurred after the 1991 uprising at the internal, regional and international levels for Iraq, the Kurdistan Region ...
After the political, strategic, economic and military changes that occurred after the 1991 uprising at the internal, regional and international levels for Iraq, the Kurdistan Region was able to obtain a legal and legitimate entity, built the foundations of governance at a high level of professionalism, and provided itself with a kind of legitimacy. After the fall of the previous political regime in Iraq in 2003, the Kurdistan region of Iraq entered an important historical period. At this period, the Kurdish political power in the Kurdistan region were able to establish the region as a legal and legitimate entity in the highest legal document in the Iraqi state, which is the permanent Iraqi constitution.
In the matter of rebuilding the Iraqi state, a great political, economic and diplomatic opportunity arose for the region to be able to achieve sustainable development, but in this process; process of construction and development, the political authority and political institutions in the region faced political inflation and excessive monopoly on power. Political and economic corruption has spread widely within the region. Hence, the issue of political reform within official and unofficial institutions has become a present discourse, whether at the level of government or at the level of opposition parties and powers.
In this research, the concept of political reform was dealt with from the theoretical point of view, and then the issue of political reform within the region was analyzed and described, and the most important legal attempts and projects for it. With an explanation of the most important consequences that prevented political reform in the region