'People are migrating from the places with ditches and barricades'


'People are migrating from the places with ditches and barricades'

Added date : 2015-12-17 13:00

DIYARBAKIR - Conducting assessments about ditches and barricades being set up in streets, Asistant. Assoc. Dr. Huseyin Seyhanlioglu, said that people have migrated from the places that "self-government" was declared.

'People are migrating from the places with ditches and barricades'

Conducting assessments about PKK's digging ditches and setting barricades University of Dicle political researches center Director Asst. Assoc. Dr. Huseyin Seyhanlioglu, indicated that people have been fleeing from the places that PKK declared "self-management".

Stating despite that the idea of "Self-management" raised in the 1930s for the first time, Asst. Assoc. Dr. Seyhanlioglu, said the idea wasn’t implied anywhere in the world.

Drawing attention to that Kurdish society doesn’t support the trenches and barricades Seyhanlioglu, said that the ‘’Self- government’’ doesn’t have a social attraction so people are migrating from these places.

"No government can be an excuse to destroy this history"

Indicating that nothing can be excuse to burn the history Seyhanlioglu, said; “Now the situation of the streets, historical places of Diyarbakir and Silvan is bare. No government have excuse to destroy this history. No government that takes people away from house, freedom of family, and their economic and social rights can be right.”

"These structures are wrong and harmful"

Indicating that trenches being dug and barricades being set is not true, Seyhanlioglu said; "Currently the operations are continuing in the Sur district. Currently PKK members have been organized inside of the city walls. This doesn’t have any justice, legal or moral side. I find these structures wrong and harmful. People have voted PKK for 10,75. So they can make policies in the parliament, come to power or become partner with the party in power and can spend effort in structuring of the new constitution.” (ILKHA)

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