Turkey's first Kurd separatist party has been set up

It's main doctrine is "Kurdistan Right Now"

18 November, 13:37

    (ANSAmed) - ANKARA, NOVEMBER 18 - A new party calling itself Partiye Azadiye Kurdistan (PAK-Free Kurdistan Party) - stating that Kurds should have their own separate state - has submitted yesterday a petition for the establishment of the entity to the Turkish Department of Domestic affairs, as Anadolu Agency reports. After the submission the party is expected to declare itself as a new party. Chairman Mustafa Ozcelik, who has said that he will be an independent within the party. Vahid Aba and Mehmet Salih Ozkokce are also listed as founding party members.

    Aba, providing an analysis of the party and its doctrine, said "the Kurds must form their own government. We have placed this as the agenda of the party. This is what makes the party different. We have made the idea of becoming a state the forefront of our party. We must be entitled to the rights that other free people are entitled to." From the perspective of struggle, civil disobedience is a priority. The party's main doctrine is "Kurdistan Right Now". Aba said that even though the main base is in Ankara, Diyarabakir will be the main district for the party. (ANSAmed).

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