KCK not happy with the ‘process’
KANDİLThe management of the outlawed Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) is not happy with the ongoing peace process and expect the Turkish government “to do its full share of work,” according to Fırat News Agency known for its close ties with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) co-chair Selahattin Demirtaş and parliamentary group deputy chair Pervin Buldan held a meeting with the KCK leaders on June 12. Abdullah Öcalan, the jailed leader of the PKK reportedly criticized the ongoing construction of new military posts and employment of further village guards in the solution process in the eastern parts of Turkey.
His brother, Mehmet Öcalan quoted him as saying that “I hope the second phase, which will begin soon, will witness a more positive progress.”