172 days and freedom fighters resistance continues in Turkish prisons

Male and female activists in Turkish prisons continue their resistance in its new phase for the 172th day, denouncing the strict isolation imposed by the Turkish authorities against leader Abdullah Ocalan, and demanding his physical freedom.

172 days and freedom fighters resistance continues in Turkish prisons
16 May 2024   10:00
NEWSDESK

Under the slogan “Live the same conditions with our leader,” which began in the context of the activities of the global “Freedom for Abdullah Ocalan, the political solution to the Kurdish issue” campaign, male and female freedom fighters in Turkish prisons continue their resistance in the new phase, by boycotting lawyers and their families for the 172th day

The activists  of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and the Kurdistan Women's Freedom Party (PAJK), detained in prisons in Turkey and northern Kurdistan, began a hunger strike on November 27, 2023.

On April 4, it entered a new phase, represented by boycotting the courts, family visits, and speaking on the phone, denouncing the strict isolation imposed by the Turkish authorities against leader Abdullah Ocalan, and demanding his physical freedom.

172 days and the resistance of freedom fighters in Turkish prisons continues

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