Turkish Police raid People's Democratic Party headquarters  

Turkish police has raided headquarter  of People's Democratic Party, the HDP, in Amed, and the branch office of the party in the district of Yeni Şehir, in Northern Kurdistan.

Today, Turkish police raided headquarter of the People's Democratic Party in the city of Amed, and the branch office in the district of Yeni Şehir, under the pretext of outlawed documents.

While the Turkish police continue to circle the two buildings and deploying armored vehicles, Turkish police stormed the headquarter of HDP in Amed, searched it, and did not allow the Party's MPs or lawyers to enter the building.   

While in the district of Yeni Şehir, the party's branch office was encircled by police, all officials of the party were exited from the building, except for the two Co-chairs  Qasem Kaya and Ramziya Sezgi, At a time when police proceed to search the two headquarters. 


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