Vigil in Maxmur to demand freedom for Öcalan continues
The vigil, which was launched at the Martyr Rustem Cudi Refugee Camp in Maxmur to demand the physical freedom of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan and to break the severe isolation imposed on him, continues with great determination.
A new group took over the vigil that was launched on 20 July in the Martyr Rustem Cudi Refugee Camp in Maxmur to demand the physical freedom of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan and to break the heavy isolation imposed on him.
The handover ceremony started after a minute of silence in memory of the martyrs of Kurdistan. Then, Murat Encü made a speech on behalf of the 27th group that handed over the vigil.
Drawing attention to the hunger strike action launched by PKK and PAJK prisoners for Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan, Murat Encü said: “As the people of the camp, we support the action started in the prisons until the end. We will do whatever we can until Leader Öcalan's physical freedom is achieved.
As it is known, Japanese intelligence recently removed the PKK from the list of banned organizations. We see this as a very important step. We believe that all states that include the PKK on the list of banned organizations should do the same.”
After the speeches, the vigil action was handed over to the new group accompanied by slogans.