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🔸 Tensions rise between Kurdish parties
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The Kurdistan Region of Iraq’s ruling party stands accused of enabling the Turkish army to establish positions in the region and allowing Turkish military incursions by the Kurdistan National Congress.
The debate over Turkey’s electoral threshold reignites, following President Erdoğan’s suggestion to depart from the 50+1 rule. Pro-Kurdish HEDEP Co-Chairs Hatimoğulları and Bakırhan condemn electoral system as male dominated and exclusive.
Turkey’s Justice Ministry petitioned an Interpol red notice against exiled musician Ferhat Tunç over his pro-Kurdish material. A German court refused to hear Tunç’s testimony, saying the musician’s comments should be considered under freedom of expression.
Kurdistan Communities Union Co-Chair Cemil Bayik gave a recent interview claiming the resolution of the Kurdish and Palestinian issue are both key to the democratisation of the Middle East.
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