- A group of deputies from the Parliament’s Human Rights Commission also visited Uludere after the incident. AA photo
The government must soundly explicate last year’s unskilled air attack in Uludere if it doesn’t wish to turn a loss back up in south-east Anatolia, dominating party lawgivers have stated following a fact-finding commission to the area amid unexampled controversy over the raid prompted by commentaries by the interior minister.
The report, composed by twenty deputies of the Department of Justice and Development Party (AKP) after a new two-week area trip to eastern Turkey, warned that the government ran a risk seeing its credibleness nosedive among the Kurdish community if it failed to explicate how thirty-four civilians were killed in the bust at the Iraki borderline last Dec.
“The Uludere incident is a serious-mindedness examine for the governance. 5 months have passed, merely the incident has however to be explicated. This has stimulated big anxiousness and worry among citizenry of the area. The continuation of the process carries the danger of turning into distrust among Kurds against the governing. Those creditworthy ought to be found and brought to Department of Justice. This is the main need of the citizenry in the area,” stated the report submitted to the AKP leaders.
The AKP’s Kurdish legislature were as well severely galled by Department of the Interior Minister İdris Naim Şahin’s contentious might twenty-three commentaries on the unskilled raid, and a few of them have phoned AKP heavyweights to press for the government minister* surrender or dismission, party sources stated.
The Kurdish deputies amply back up the abrasive bawl out AKP deputy chairman Hüseyin Çelik, himself a Kurd, issued after Şahin advised that the thirty-four dispatched runners were criminals and named them as pawns of the criminalized Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which, he said, controls the illegitimate borderline trade from northerly Irak.
The report as well foregrounded extensive anticipations by the Kurdish population, such as training in their maternal language, constituent citizenship and the beefing up of local administrations.