he demise of the Parti Quebecois and the separatist movement in Canada, can such a scenario take place with the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Iraq? A comparative study
The latest Quebec general election was held on October 3, 2022, and it was held to elect the members of the National Assembly of Quebec.
The governing Coalition Avenir Québec increased its parliamentary majority in the election. The opposition Liberals dropped to their lowest seat count since 1956 and recorded their lowest share of the popular vote in their history; however, they remained the official opposition (1.) The once dominant Parti Québecois (PQ) had its worst general election result in history, losing most of its seats, but nevertheless managed to elect its previously seatless leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon(2.)
This article will try to explore the reasons behind the astonishing demise of the PQ to a virtual nonexistence, and whether such a scenario can take place in Iraq whereas the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) is the dominant political force in northern Iraq and has been so for many years.