HDP co-chair Sancar: We will use our strength to bring peace to this country!

HDP co-chair, Mithat Sancar, held a meeting in Bursa as part of the ‘We are the HDP, we are everywhere’ campaign.

The Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) held a public meeting in the market area of Arabayatağı in Bursa as part of its ‘We are the HDP, we are everywhere’ campaign. HDP co-chair Mithat Sancar attended the meeting, greeted by hundreds of people. The meeting started with a performance by artist Deniz Esmer.

HDP co-chair, Mithat Sancar, greeted the audience in Kurdish and said: "Yes, we are the HDP, we are everywhere. One day we are in Şırnak, one day in Muğla. One day we are in Van, one day we are in Istanbul. One day we are in Mardin, one day we are in Sinop and today we are in Bursa. We are with you, we are happy, we are proud. Despite all the attacks, despite all kinds of black propaganda, despite the trials, conspiracy cases, detention operations, and the horrendous attacks such as the one which killed our Deniz Poyraz, we stand up straight and we are everywhere. There is a struggle everywhere. This struggle continues and will continue."

Speaking about the Kobanê trial, which resumes today, Sancar said: "There is no doubt that Selahattin Demirtaş, Figen Yüksekdağ, Sebahat Tuncel, Gültan Kışanak and the other HDP members will foil this trial. We have the power to thwart any conspiracy. We have the power to stop all war politics."

HDP co-chair Mithat Sancar noted that a real path to democracy and peace can be opened in the country with the people walking along the HDP, and that for this, it is necessary to oppose the war policies first. We work for a free future. Democracy and peace, freedom and equality are the values that make us exist. Without these, it is impossible to look to the future with hope."

Sancar said: "No matter what they do, they will not be able to prevent HDP from using its power to bring peace, democracy and freedom to this country. We will continue our struggle in the elections, in the squares, on the streets and in the factories. And when the time comes, we will show everyone how important we are in determining the future of this country. Yes, it is this common will of the peoples that determines the future of this country."