Iran's Kurdish Party Expresses Content with Referendum Results in Turkey

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Even though there are no specific references in this Referendum to the Kurdish question in Turkey, however, without any doubts, the broadening of democracy within the country, with the proposed changes put to referendum, will be in the benefit of all freedom loving people including the Kurds in the country.

14 Sep 2010 (Medya News) – The Executive Council of the Iran’s Kurdistan Democratic Party best known as PDKI welcomed the successful completion of Referendum in Turkey in a statement released on Tuesday, September 14, 2010, and considered it as a democratic progression in the country.

The highest organ of this Kurdish political party along with highlighting Turkey’s political circumstances and the important points within the new Constitutions considered the old Constitution as an obstacle for democratic development in Turkey, meanwhile viewing the reforms approved in the new Constitution in the best interest of the Kurds.

PDKI has briefly highlighted three points where these changes can have positive effect on the struggle of Kurds within this geographical entity.

PDKI’s executive body has stated that “Even though there are no specific references in this Referendum to the Kurdish question in Turkey, however, without any doubts, the broadening of democracy within the country, with the proposed changes put to referendum, will be in the benefit of all freedom loving people including the Kurds in the country.”

This Kurdish party from Iran compares the political atmosphere in Turkey with its neighbouring Iran where in Turkey Kurds enjoy better conditions for political struggle and participation, while in contrary in Iran such circumstances are absent for Kurds of Iran under the regime of Islamic Republic .

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