While President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is seeking by all means to ensure personal power in Turkey on the brink of implosion, a man of Armenian origin, a member of the Great Assembly, said the words that nobody hitherto n ‘dared pronounced in the precinct.
Only to have denounced the Armenian genocide with the word, he returned to the charge Thursday, March 3 at this time denouncing hatred and racism, as reported in Today’s Zaman, Günal Kursun, measuring “Bastards of Armenians” .
In his speech to the Assembly, Garo Paylan illustrated this by showing pictures taken on the villages of walls in ruins Southeast of Turkey, on one of which is registered “Batards Armenians”. According to him, “a crime committed not only by security forces but also by the Prime Minister. “Ahmet Davutoglu had declared last week:” The Armenian gangs have cooperated with the Russians during World War II “What the MP HDP would have quietly asked in parliament whether it would be right for him to say”. Turkish gangs “about Turks and Kurds who sometimes join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant? “. A statement that triggered the thundering protest of the deputies of the AKP and the MHP.
So while Erdogan does not intend to respect the decision of the Constitutional Court on the illegality of the imprisonment of the editor of the daily Cumhuriyet Can Dündar and his representative in Ankara Erdem Gül for publishing photos on an alleged transfer illegal weapons in Syria, Garo Paylan works frontally to restore truths to the risk of a fatal outcome as indicated Selahattin Demirtaş, co-chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (HDP, pro-Kurdish), which fears a “coup “Erdogan as possible coup.
Günal Kursun concludes his article by sending her “heartfelt greetings to all the Armenians living in Turkey and outside. Although it is not my duty, I apologize to every individual who has suffered. The Armenians living in the Diaspora should remember that there are still people living in Turkey who consider themselves allies of the law and there are still people who have not lost their conscience. We are not only our neighbors and will not let leave racism reign In Turkey. “
March 4, 2016, Zaman, Turkey’s largest opposition daily, was placed under judicial supervision by the Turkish power; a “confiscation” denounced by several NGOs and European newspapers. The editor-in-chief of Today’s Zaman reported that the newspaper was preparing for March 5, its latest edition.
Jean Eckian © armenews.com