• General 08.02.2017 Comments Off on Western Armenia

    Officially it is called 'peace plan', designed to end the conflict in the south-east, where most of the population are Kurds. Ankara proposes to remove restrictions on the use of languages of national minorities, to reduce the number of military roadblocks in the south-east of the country and create a commission to investigate allegations of torture. "We want everyone in this country concerned is' – Atalay said, adding that the goals will require fundamental changes in the outlook of the Turkish people. At the same time during their half-hour speech Atalay never specified that it comes to the Kurds. Also, nothing was said about a possible amnesty for PKK guerrillas. But then what kind of 'peace plan'? In the end, in recent decades, war (call it what you will – inter-ethnic war of the Turks and the Kurds internal civil armed conflict or something different!) was just the members of the paramilitary wing of the PKK.

    And if the Ankara really want a real, genuine peace in this most south-eastern Anatolia, which in actual fact no other than the Western Armenia, then, consequently, one of the most important and priority issues of this 'peace plan' was supposed to be this point about the attitude of the Turkish authorities to the PKK. And so – like a regular profanity is quite real and carrying a lot of threats to the problem. Despite the fact that pro-government MPs are a majority in parliament, the opposition met with hostility reform project. Representatives of the Turkish Nationalists argue that the changes threaten the unity of Turkey.

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