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PKK Calls for a Democratic Solution to Kurdish issue

Kurdishaspect.com - By Karwan Simek

This week, PKK leaders have again responded to the calls by several politicians who are requesting a political solution to the decades-long  conflict between PKK guerillas and the Turkish military. The KONGRA-GEL  released an official declaration reiterating their desire for  negotiations with the Turkish government.

The KONGRA-GEL declaration describes several points for achieving a  political solution to the Kurdish question in Turkey, and has provided  conditions for the PKK's disbandment as a militant group. Seven points  were clearly highlighted in the declaration as conditions for peace terms.

They included:

1-The recognition of Kurdish identity, and the constitutional  protection of all identities under the citizenship of Turkey as a super-ordinate  identity.

2-The removal of all obstacles constraining the development of the  Kurdish language and culture; the recognition of the right to an education  in the mother tongue; the acceptance of Kurdish as the joint official  language of the Kurdistan area; respect for the cultural rights of  ethnic minorities.

3-The recognition of the right to free association based around freedom  of thought and expression, and the removal of all inequalities not  least of gender.

4-The development of a social project for compromise between the two  peoples, through forgiveness, to achieve peace and freedom by freeing all  political prisoners including Abdullah Ocalan and ensuring the swift  assimilation of political prisoners into legitimate social status.

5-The retreat of all forces of the war from Kurdistan; the abolishment  of the village guard system; the development of an economic and social  project to facilitate Kurds’ return to their villages.

6-A rearrangement of the law to strengthen and widen the powers of  local government.

7-And parallel to the above-mentioned articles, a timetable agreed by  both sides for the inclusion of guerrillas into a democratic social  set-up through the abandonment of arms. 

The seven points along with the remaining text of the declaration are  in parallel with the various levels of the Kurdish issue in Turkey. They  include demands for an increased social, political, economical and  cultural rights; issues that remain in question in Turkey and have  furthermore stalled the democratic progression towards EU membership.

The declaration makes similar points to the PKK's declaration over one  year ago when they officially offered a ceasefire. This year, Turkish  officials have not responded although several have rejected all dialogue  with the PKK and are calling for a disbandment under no conditions.

Last year, the Turkish government refused all negotiations and rejected  the ceasefire.

 

 

 

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ناوه‌ندی هه‌ڵه‌بجه‌ دژ به‌ ئه‌نفالکردن و ژینۆسایدکردنی گه‌لی کورد (چاك) 
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