A ban on actions and protests in the city of Hakkari in Turkey has been extended until the end of the month.
Hakkari’s governorship extended the ban in the city to 15 days. The ban has previously been extended several times. Handbills, the distribution of leaflets, concerts and festivals have been included in the ban.
Noting that all villages and districts of Hakkari were included in the ban, the governorship stated, “Actions and events, such as meetings in public domains, squares, avenues, streets, roads, parks, open meetings, demonstration marches, sit-in protests, hunger strikes, press statements, concerts, festivals, torch-lighting and handbill distribution, have been banned until 30 January 2021”.