People in North and East Syria send 25,821 mails to CPT demanding delegation to Imrali
Some 25,821 e-mails were sent to the CPT within the scope of the campaign launched in Northern and Eastern Syria demanding an urgent delegation be sent to Imrali.
Some 25,821 e-mails were sent to the Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT) from Northern and Eastern Syria demanding an urgent delegation be sent to Imrali.
The e-mail campaign to the CPT was launched on 27 March the "Freedom for the Leadership Committee".
The committee reported that the campaign has now ended and resulted in 25,821 messages sent.
During the campaign, the following mails were sent to the CPT: "No news from Leader Abdullah Öcalan has been received since 27 April 2020. No communication can be made with him in any way. On 14 March, news was spread on social media about the possible death of Leader Öcalan. These allegations aroused concern in everyone. The Turkish state, however, did not take any serious steps to clarify these claims. It continues to deny lawyers and family visits. Responsibility falls on the CPT which must fulfil its mission. The CPT should send a delegation to Imralı Prison made up also of Leader Öcalan's lawyers and his family."