Socialist Women in France: Let's meet in Paris on January 9
The Socialist Women's Union (SKB) in France called for participation in the march to be held in Paris on January 9 for Sakine Cansız, Fidan Doğan and Leyla Şaylemez, who were murdered in the French capital 8 years ago.
The Socialist Women's Union in France made a written statement on the anniversary of the triple murder of Sakine Cansiz, Fidan Doğan and Leyla Şaylemez in Paris, the capital of France, on January 9, 2013. The statement pointed out that three revolutionary women were murdered as a result of the dirty negotiations and cooperation between the fascist Erdoğan’s regime and the French state.
The statement continued: "As we did in the past, we will confront the murderous gangs and the Erdoğan dictatorship with the united struggle of our peoples and the oppressed. In the 8th year of the Paris killings, we can avoid new massacres to the extent that we raise our united voice and fight to make sure that the massacre is not covered up. We invite all migrant women from Turkey and Kurdistan who are living in France, to disclose the real perpetrators of the Paris massacre, to ensure justice, to avoid more political killings that may arise in Europe and to say ‘No’ to the genocidal and reactionary attacks of the Erdoğan dictatorship.”