- 16:49 22/6
Kocaköy Municipality Co-Mayor Rojda Nazlıer who wasn't released by the court on the 3rd hearing of her case, stated that an anonymous witness who had never seen her identified her from a photo.
Stating that the attacks on Federal Kurdistan Region are a response to the national unity in Rajava, HDP Spokesperson Ebru Günay said, "Here what they target to prevent is the the unity of the Kurdish people. It shows how vital and important it is to achieve the Kurdish union."
HDP Co-Chairs Pervin Buldan and Mithat Sancar making a joint statement, said: "The society, all our people have seen the attitude of HDP, its determined and an uncompromising stance in democratic politics. And like that, the determination, will and hope of our people have grown even more."
The 'March for democracy against the coup' which was launched by HDP on June 15, started from two different cities in Turkey, Hakkari in the east and Edirne in the west; have reached Ankara despite all prohibitions. The group will make a press release in the Parliament Park and end the march.
Responding to the attempts of hindering their march, HDP Co- Vice President Alican Önlü said “Without letting the provocation attempts succeed, we will continue our march”. Önlü has also announced that they will announce the second phase in their schedule of planned events.
HDP Co-Chair Pervin Buldan stated that thatJune 7, 2015 national elections was a turning point in the history of Turkey as she said, "First coup was staged on June 7, but HDP won one more time. HDP has been the safe harbor of the people of Turkey to take shelter".
Regarding the imprisonment of HDP's Leyla Güven and Musa Farisoğulları, PFLP Politburo member Leyla Khaled shared the message that "We, the Palestinian, suffer the same pain due to the Israel occupation. We shall win together".
Stating that the experiences in the Middle East and around the globe imposes Kurds to unite, HDP Urfa MP Ömer Öcalan told, "What the people demand from us is the unity. This is not something to be achieved by mere discourse, we need solid steps to take".
"Our modesty is not due to that we are afraid, but we have respect for humanity. If they have not understood this till now, I tell them to take a look at the Amed Dungeon back in 80s", said Ahmet Türk, as he reacted to the the arrest of 12 women activists in Diyarbakır.
In Güneşli Village of Hasankeyf district of Batman, the soldiers destroyed a shrine and the graves around it as they hanged Turkish flags on the trees surroinding the graveyard.
The 70-article law on execution proposal, which will affect a total of 90 thousand prisoners, and which the opposition defines as a "veiled amnesty", was approved by the General Assembly of the Parliament.
HDP Co-Chair Mithat Sancar stated that that the curfew announced as part of combat against the coronavirus pandemic is contrary to the Constitution and said: “The Minister of Interior should be dismissed. He must fulfill the responsibility of his mistake. If he does not resign, he should be dismissed"