It is now necessary to see realities and let common sense prevail. So, we need to facilitate the outlawed Kurdistan Workersâ Partyâs (PKK) turning into the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK), the alleged urban extension of the PKK, and give up on putting the elected politicians in jail.
A reform package approved in a referendum held on Sept. 12 changed the rules so that Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) members are elected by more judges and prosecutors, thereby breaking the caste system in the judiciary and ensuring a more democratic structure of the board.
Teachers in Vanâs ErĂ§ek district are visiting families in the region to convince them to send their daughters to high school. It was found that 126 girls had not been sent to high school in the district.
The eyes of DiyarbakÄ±r are on the trial of the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK), the alleged urban extension of the terrorist Kurdistan Workersâ Party (PKK), while its eyes are on the messages that come from Ä°mralÄ±, where PKK leader Abdullah Ăcalan is serving a life sentence.
A total of 10,222 judges and prosecutorsÂ from ordinary courts and 1,265 judges and prosecutors from administrative courts voted in the Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) elections, held on Sunday. None of the candidates nominated by the Judges and Prosecutors Association (YARSAV) or the Democratic Judiciary Association wereelected. Candidates reportedly on the list of the Ministry of Justice were elected to the HSYK.
Some expected operations targeting the KCK wouldâopen the way before the Kurdish initiative.â But this did not turn out to be the case. Photos of mayors showing their hands handcuffed hurt Kurds and damaged the atmosphere for a solution because it was not easy to shake hands when one is handcuffed.
If one is to draw a single conclusion from the Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) elections held on Sunday, it would be that the judiciary also wanted change because the result that emerged from the elections, in which 10,471 judges and prosecutors from ordinary courts and 1, 268 judges and prosecutors from administrative courts voted, is evidence of a demand for change.