Bayık: Kurdish problem cannot be solved without Kurds
11 June 2012
Bayık: AKP-CHP meeting showed the usual policy of trying to strain Kurds and making them surrender
In an article published on Yeni Özgür Politika paper about the CHP-AKP meeting on the Kurdish question, Kurdish Communities Union (KCK) Executive Council member Cemil Bayık said the meeting showed the usual policy of “trying to strain Kurds and making them surrender”.
Responding to Deputy Prime Minister’s statement “PKK will lay arms down”, Bayık underlined that “resistance is what should be expected from our movement in the face of the ongoing deadlock in the Kurdish problem and slaughter operations against the Kurdish people. It would be negligence not to display resistance in reply to each attack of the AKP”.
Remarking that the CHP-AKP meeting aimed at creating an expectation and recognition of AKP’s policies for political dominance and cultural slaughter, Bayık pointed out that the Kurdish problem cannot come up with a solution unless Kurds are recognized as a political entity and their democratic self-governance is accepted by the Turkish state.
Evaluating the Turkish state’s policy for the new term as a new form of the assimilation and destruction policy against Kurds, Bayık underlined that the demand for mother tongue education cannot be avoided by offering elective Kurdish courses at schools.
Calling attention to the state terror against the Kurdish people, Bayık added that “Enhancing resistance will be the only option against the AKP policies and its policy of eliminating Kurds.”
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