New sanctions against leader is a reflection of the defeat in front of Guerrilla resistance

Syrian initiative for the freedom of the leader Abdullah Ocalan confirmed that the new "disciplinary punishment" against the leader is a reflection of the defeats suffered by the Turkish occupation state against the guerrilla resistance, calling on humanitarian and human rights organizations to carry out their duties to put an end to the Turkish violations against him.

This came during a written statement published by the Syrian Initiative for the Freedom of Leader Abdullah Ocalan on its official website, about the new "disciplinary punishment" imposed by the authorities of the fascist Turkish state on leader Ocalan and the other three Imrali detainees for another 3 months.

The Syrian initiative for the freedom of the leader Ocalan clarified that "these disciplinary sanctions issued by the Turkish authorities against the leader are a reflection of Turkey's dire situation, and its crisis in all aspects (economic, political and social), in addition to the defeats it suffered in the face of the resistance of the heroic guerrilla units and the steadfast Kurdish people linked to their freedom, On the other hand, we believe that these problems and issues can be resolved in Imrali with the leader."

It stressed that the Turkish regime does not pursue policy and practice as a state of institutions and law, but rather violates all international norms, laws, charters, and even its own laws, " it is clear through the absolute isolation on Ocalan’s leader and repeated disciplinary sanctions, as it reflects a state of hatred and defeat for a miserable fascist regime.”  

Adding,” like these sanctions will not undermine the will and stance of the legendary and historical Ocalan’s leader, and they will not be able to destabilize the will of our people and their legitimate struggle for freedom, democracy, justice and dignity.

At the conclusion of its statement, the Syrian Initiative for the Freedom of Leader Ocalan called "all European, humanitarian and human rights organizations to carry out their duties towards these irresponsible and unlawful violations."

It is noteworthy that on May 31st, the Turkish authorities imposed another 3 months as a new "disciplinary punishment" against leader Ocalan and the other Imrali detainees, according to the announcement of the First High Criminal Court in Bursa for the lawyers of the Human Rights Office in Arsin.

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ANHA


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