Turkey’s pro-Kurdish party stands ready to contribute to the creation of a new democratic constitution, according to the party’s co-chair, who also stressed that current laws which hinder democracy and freedom of expression in the country must be abolished.
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Campaigners advocate for “immediate and appropriate measures” to be taken in the case of Warisheh Moradi, a women’s rights activist seized by Iranian security forces on 1 August.
While President Erdoğan accuses Israel of war crimes in its Gaza campaign, the Turkish government itself has been accused of war crimes for relentless attacks on the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, which target civilian infrastructure.
In other news, Kurdish voices on Turkish social media platforms draw parallels between Israel’s recent ground operation in Gaza and Turkey’s 2015-16 military operations in the country’s southeast Kurdish-majority cities.
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