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Ministry of Interior announced that the ISIS member who supplied the explosives of the Suruç and Sultanahmet massacres was arrested.
What hurts us more about journalists who were prevented from following the trial of the slain Diyarbakır Bar Association President Tahir Elçi because they are not 'accredited' was not the fact that the decision taken by the court but our 'accredited' colleagues who went through that door remaining silent to the fact that we would be standing outside that door.
Announcing that they have started their anti-fascist move as the HDP against the Apartheid regime, HDP Spokesperson Ebru Günay said: "We invite everyone who is uncomfortable with this fascist approaches in Turkey to take their place in the Anti-fascist bloc and help create a democratic country."
HDP Mp Ali Kenanoğlu stated that Turkey should abandon the policy of creating conflict in the foreign policy and get back to the table assuming a more peaceful policy.
HDP Women's Council Spokesperson Ayşe Acar Başaran stated that they will focus on organizing against the attacks on women's gains in the new period, and said, "We will continue to organize reactions against the targeting of the Istanbul Convention."
HDP Spokesperson Ebru Günay stated that the government ceased to be an addressee of the Kurdish issue and that neither party became the addressee of its solution. Günay said: "We will show the way to the people who want to give us good news; stop the war, stop pillaging, stop favoritism!"
HDP MP Ayşe Acar Başaran describes the most recent rape cases by Turkish military personnel as a method of special warfare, and the debate on withdrawal from the Istanbul Convention as unacceptable.
HDP Co-Chair Pervin Buldan reacted to the detention of TJA activists and journalists, saying, “These operations against women and democratic politics; are unlawful, political, tyranny, a coup and misogyny."
Stating that the attacks on Federal Kurdistan Region are a response to the national unity in Rajava, HDP Spokesperson Ebru Günay said, "Here what they target to prevent is the the unity of the Kurdish people. It shows how vital and important it is to achieve the Kurdish union."
HDP Co-Chairs Pervin Buldan and Mithat Sancar making a joint statement, said: "The society, all our people have seen the attitude of HDP, its determined and an uncompromising stance in democratic politics. And like that, the determination, will and hope of our people have grown even more."
The 'March for democracy against the coup' which was launched by HDP on June 15, started from two different cities in Turkey, Hakkari in the east and Edirne in the west; have reached Ankara despite all prohibitions. The group will make a press release in the Parliament Park and end the march.
Responding to the attempts of hindering their march, HDP Co- Vice President Alican Önlü said “Without letting the provocation attempts succeed, we will continue our march”. Önlü has also announced that they will announce the second phase in their schedule of planned events.