Concerned: Collecting more than 3 million signatures for Ocalan's freedom

More than 3 million signatures were collected for the freedom of leader Abdullah Ocalan within the campaign that was launched last February, and is scheduled to end next April, exceeding the goal that was set for the campaign at its launch, including sending joint letters to 12 international organizations in the same context.

Concerned: Collecting more than 3 million signatures for Ocalan's freedom
26 March 2024   03:04
QAMISHLO
SIMA BROKI

A member of the Syrian Initiative for the Freedom of Leader Abdullah Ocalan, Noha Omar, revealed to ANHA's agency the findings of the campaign to collect signatures for the freedom of Leader Abdullah Ocalan.

Since February 9, the region of North and East Syria has witnessed a campaign to collect signatures for the freedom of Leader Abdullah Ocalan under the slogan “Freedom for Leader Abdullah Ocalan, the political solution to the Kurdish issue,” launched by the Popular Initiative for North and East Syria, to submit the petition and the signatures it carries to the Council of the European Union.

Noha Omar confirmed that the campaign continues with great passion from the people, and is scheduled to end next April.

Noha Omar pointed out that the turnout of the signatories exceeded the goal set for the campaign, saying, “The goal of the campaign was to collect 3 million signatures, and so far, 3 million and 17 thousand signatures have been collected across the regions of the North and East Syria including the cities of Hama, Homs, Damascus, and Aleppo.”

She indicated that other measures were taken, such as sending a joint letter from institutions, organizations and political parties in the region demanding that the identity of Leader Abdullah Ocalan be revealed, his isolation be lifted, and his physical freedom be granted to 12 international organizations.

She stated in her speech that these bodies are: “The United Nations Human Rights Council, Human Rights Watch, the Committee against Torture, the United Nations Committee against Torture, Amnesty International, the Council of Europe, the International Criminal Court, and the United Nations Council.” of Human Rights, the International Court of Justice, Doctors Without Borders, the World Health Organization, and the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.”

T/ Satt.

ANHA