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A war will break out if Turkey fails to meet Kurdish demands

November 27, 2010

The following article is reprinted with permission from Firat News Agency (ANF).

A war will break out if Turkey fails to meet Kurdish demands
©  Firat News Agency
November 27, 2010

Kurdistan Democratic Confederalism (KCK) says a popular revolutionary war will break out if the Turkish government fails to meet Kurdish demands in terms of extension of the unilateral ceasefire declared by the PKK.

KCK’s statement to commemorate the 32nd anniversary of foundation of the Kurdistan Workers Party said that the Turkish government has to take concrete steps on the Kurdish issue until March. “If no steps are taken until March nobody, no power can stop a revolutionary popular resistance from developing” the statement read.

KCK said Kurdish guerillas are defense forces of the nation and are more than determined to thwart any threats against Kurds.

KCK accused the Turkish government of exploiting the peace process for its own interests and called upon the ruling AKP to take concrete steps for a peaceful solution to the Kurdish Question.

The organization called Turkish and Kurdish people to participate effectively in the efforts for peace.

Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan, on Wednesday set 1 March as the decisive date for the unilateral ceasefire which was declared by the PKK last August.

ANF / BEHDINAN
ANF NEWS AGENCY

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