Shafaq News / Turkish Deputy Prime Minister, Aalchen Aqaddogan stressed that the fact that the march of inner peace (to end terrorism and to find a radical solution to the Kurdish issue)
is frozen, does not mean that the government will not embrace the Kurds, and will not provide services to them and reluctant to invest (in areas that constitute the majority in them ), it does not mean they will decline form reforms.
Anatolian news agency quoted Aqaddogan as saying that the government does not discriminate among citizens, regardless of their ethnic or sectarian affiliations, and they will continue to serve all citizens.
Aqaddogan pointed out that ” PKK” organization and its operations, have crippled the peace process, and that it should put an end to the activities of terrorist violence, in order to resume the march, stressing in this context the importance of operations carried out by Turkish forces in facing the organization.
Aqaddogan warned, those who may seek to fraud, influence on the will of the voters in the polling stations, or to vote instead of others, (in reference to the pressures and practices of “PKK” supporters about the voters in the areas inhabited by Kurds), stressing that such punishment actions will be severe, and the guilty will be held accountable under the law.
On the other hand, Aqaddogan pointed out that some of the bodies affiliated to the Kurds in Syria (means Democratic Union Party) PYD, is cooperating with the Syrian regime President ,Bashar al-Assad, who was injustice with Kurds, wondering: “Is there any system in human history that hurt Kurds more than Al-Asad and his son “stressing that those suffering from Stockholm syndrome (a term given to the psychological state that affects a person when sympathize or cooperate with the enemy or who hurt him(.
It is noteworthy that Turkey will witness early elections Sunday, in light of the failure of the parties to form a coalition government after the elections that took place in 7th of last June.