Public Prosecutor’s Office of Ankara opened an investigation against HDP co-chair Selahattin Demirtaş due to his statements on “autonomy”.
The curfew and the clashes that follow it continue in Sur province of Diyarbakir. There have been intermittent curfews in Sur since September 6. There is a ban on entering or leaving the province. Civilians were killed and many buildings in the province are damaged.
Davutoğlu asked for appointment from opposition leaders in order to discuss new constitution, budget and reforms, and all the leaders answered in the affirmative. The meetings will start on December 30.
Democratic Regions Party (DBP) co-chair Kamuran Yüksek told about the process that led to ditches and concerns of the people in the region. Yüksek thinks that if things go on like this, there might be no negotiation process again.
Democratic People’s Party (HDP) carried the curfews to the Constitutional Court. In the application, it is demanded that an injunction is taken against the arbitrary curfews with no legal ground.
After the teachers left Cizre and Silopi by the order of Directorate of Education, Governorship of Şırnak declared that a curfew will start tonight at 23.00 and it won’t be lifted until further notice.
Diyarbakir Bar Association turned to prosecution, since there was no proper crime scene investigation, the police officers who were shooting are still on duty and there is no suspect in the investigation file.
While the curfew in Sur ended today after nine days, the entire region, which is in the UNESCO World Heritage List, hangs by a major threat.
Agos is out with a headline in Kurdish: Kevokeke din hate kuştin (They killed another pigeon).