Turkey’s opposition leader and main rival to President Erdoğan, Kılıçdaroğlu, for the first time has answered questions about the PKK’s stance in the upcoming 14 May elections.
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Council on Monday welcomed the recent decision of the Arab League to readmit the Syrian government in Damascus to the regional bloc.
The Turkish government could use troops as voters to influence the election results on 14 May, reminicent of the 2019 elections in which a census registrar warned that 11,000 troops were registered in a Kurdish majority province in a vacuum created residents that had fleaed areas razored by the Turkish military.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) said it was disappointed with the Turkish authorities’ decision to deny accreditation to two European election observers, and that Turkey should not attempt to influence their mission.
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