Human Rights Commission met families of disappeared
20 May 2012
Families demand the government to charge whoever is responsible, says BDP deputy and member of the commission Kürkçü
The sub-commission created within the Parliamentarian Human Rights Investigating Commission has comitted itself to examine "the violations of the right to life in the scope of terror and violence incidences" is meeting with the families of the disappeared in various cities.
The commission first went to Dersim. They met with the relatives of the civilians who were murdered by security forces or as a result of armed conflicts.
Following the Dersim meetings, Member of the commission, Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) Deputy Ertuğrul Kürkçü talked to Bianet and said that "The people who lost their lives are all poor workers. The families of the disappeared could not get any support from the government to be able to live on. They all demand the government to charge whoever is responsible. They all demand compensation. The most important thing is they all want peace"
The commission will continue to meet with the families of the disappeared in Siirt, Batman and Diyarbakır.
The commission is headed by Justice and Democracy Party (AKP) Amasya deputy Naci Bostancı and Republican People's Part (CHP) Tunceli Deputy Hüseyin Aygün, AKP Adıyaman deputy Metin Metiner and Diyarbakır deputy Oya Eronat and Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) Kayseri deputy Yusuf Halaçoğlu are among the commission members.
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