5-day action in Paris to demand freedom for Öcalan begins today in front of Parliament
A 5-day action will be held in Paris demanding freedom for Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan.
A 5-day tent and stand action will be held in Paris demanding freedom for Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan.
The action, which will begin in front of the French Parliament today, Monday, will end on Friday, 26 February.
Various activities will be organised in the five days, with events beginning at 11am and ending at 4 am. Throughout the protest, there will be a musical performance organised by TEV-ÇAND, a video screening and a govend [dance] accompanied by the people.
Every day the Democratic People's Assembly will explain to people the international conspiracy, the Imrali system, the Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan's ideas and writing. Signatures will be collected and sent to the UN Secretary General demanding freedom for Öcalan.
Making a statement regarding the action, CDK-F called for the spreading of these actions within the framework of the "Dem Dema Azadiyê" move.
CDK-F called on Kurds living in and around Paris to join the action.
The Action program is as follows:
Paris Central Assembly on Monday, 22 February
Villiers-le-Bel Council on Tuesday, 23 February
Drancy Assembly on Wednesday, 24 February
Evry Assembly on Thursday, 25 February
Mantes-la-Jolie - Creil Assembly on Friday, 26 February
Location: The action will take place in front of the French Parliament for 5 days.