Pro-Kurdish Party not in favor of killing

A serious division in pro-Kurdish DTP is very remarkable lately. At one side, Ahmet Türk and Aysel Tuğluk defend peace and common life and at the other side stands Emine Ayna defined as the radical.

Pro-Kurdish Party not in favor of killing
Sabah reported that Aysel Tuğluk from pro-Kurdish DTP said: "The society wants solution. Let's not hurt each other. Do not make politics over the issue of the death of Turkish and Kurdish children."

"We are on a critical threshold. There will be either a process of lack of conflict or a disaster. If the Kurds who want to live together are not given a space to live within democracy, they may head towards connection to other forces."

DTP's MP Aysel Tuğluk said: "I can not accept the death of Turkish and Kurdish children. We do not love death."

A serious division in DTP is very remarkable lately. At one side, Ahmet Türk and Aysel Tuğluk defend peace and common life and at the other side stands Emine Ayna defined as the radical.

Referring to the statement of Ahmet Türk that "PKK's armed fight harms the Kurdish public", Aysel Tuğluk said: "I think he pointed out that you can not solve anything using violence. Violence should be rejected both as a means to claim rights and as a means to repress. The era we are living in can not accept this. PKK also says that arms are not a solution. This is a very important point."

"We are on a critical threshold. There will be either a process of lack of conflict or a disaster. If the Kurds who want to live together are not given a space to live within democracy, they may head towards connection to other forces. As politicians, we should take the initiative to produce a civilian solution."

Güncelleme Tarihi: 02 Haziran 2008, 07:51
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