Turkish court sentences political activist Ayşe Gökkan to 30 years in prison

 A Turkish court has sentenced TJA spokeswoman Ayşe Gökkan to 30 years in prison.

 The Supreme Criminal Court in the Kurdistan Region of Amed sentenced the spokeswoman of the Free Women's Movement (TJA) to 30 years in prison on charges of "organization and management", according to Furat News Agency.

 The political activist Gökkan was arrested by the Turkish occupation authorities on the 28th of last February.

 She is a women's struggle for women's rights and freedoms, and she has a long struggle heritage that extends for more than 35 years in the field of women's rights and freedoms.

 It is worth noting that the activist Ayşe Gökkan had been interrogated more than 200 times throughout her struggle, and she was arrested dozens of times, and was convicted of "organization and management" 8 previous times.

 This ruling by the Turkish judiciary falls within the framework of the policy of silencing the political genocide pursued by the Justice and Development Government and the Nationalist Movement Party.



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