Nationalist Movement Party vows to resist peace talks
ANKARA - Hürriyet Daily News
DHA photoNationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli yesterday strongly criticized the government, the Republican People’s Party (CHP) and the Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) over the ongoing peace process on the Kurdish issue. “We will resist the process like grey wolves,” Bahçeli said, addressing his deputies in Parliament yesterday.
Eras of destruction in Turkish history are trying to be repeated, he said, pointing the finger at the government and accusing other opposition parties as “collaborators.”
Turkey being ‘sold step by step’
Turkey is being “sold of step by step” and accounts that remained unrealized in the Treaty of Sevres are being realized by the government under the name of the “national unity and brotherhood project,” Bahçeli said.
Day by day, the government is replying to the demands of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), he claimed, citing legislation related to education in mother tongues, which is set to be discussed in Parliament this week. “Has the PKK become the interlocutor, equivalent to the Turkish state? Will they call it a ‘solution’ when Turkey is divided?” Bahçeli asked.