According to the Kurdistan Human Rights Association, the leader of the People’s Democratic Party, Salaheddin Demiretash, wrote a message to the Kurdish People in Prison that this message contains the following points.
Demirtash also writes I told If they did not give me access to the court session, it was because I did not allow me to attend the court session with handcuffed hands.
He added: “I am now also an active member of parliament I have the right to comment I am the elected representative of my people If human and moral rights and non-human rights are to be ratified, people have the right to protest against it.
So, and based on my remarks,I was not satisfied with the handcuffed hands in the court session in this connection that and I was back to jail again.
He writes in the following, “Obviously, it’s not my right to be in such a case that was arrested and sent to prison, but my right is to defend my case.”
In another case, which is due to eight months of my arrest and imprisonment, it is unclear whether a court would be convened to defend my rights.
Therefore, in such a space lack of human rights,It is very difficult That i can of my rights and my nation defend.
It is noteworthy that after the coup d’état of the AKP and the unelected war against my nation (the Kurd), the Turkish government has been subjected to all non-human rights abuses, including arrest and imprisonment, politicians, parliamentarians, journalists, civil rights defenders , Which has been used to consolidate its power.
Kurdistan Human Rights Association