HDP is the mafia of the National Islamic League led by President Erdogan.
An armed man attacked an office of the Prokurdic Left (HDP) People’s Democratic Party (HDP) in western Turkey on Thursday, June 17, killing a young militant. Deniz Poyraz, in her thirties, is an HDP activist. She volunteers at a party venue in Izmir, where she serves tea.
When three attackers stormed into the permanent room of the room on Thursday morning, she was the only person on the scene, where a meeting between the militants would be held. Two of the attackers managed to escape. A third person, Onur Gencer, shot and killed the young woman, after which he tried to set fire to the house.
Arrested by the police, the man defended his actions by his actions “Hate the PKK”, The Kurdistan Workers’ Party, which has been the mafia of the Turkish authorities for nearly 40 years.As the second largest opposition party in the Turkish parliament, HDP has been accused of threatening national security and “Political Display” The government tried to ban PKK “Terrorist activities”.
Although 60 to 7 million people voted for HDP in each election, its representatives, mayors, and activists are often arrested, tried, and imprisoned. Although the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) requested his release from Ankara, its leader, Selahattin Demirtas, has been in prison since 2016, and the court considered his detention illegal.
As a fierce target of the ruling National Islamist Coalition, HDP faces hate speech from the most senior politicians. Every year, all over the country, its premises are attacked, looted, and set on fire, and its activists are beaten. Generally speaking, they are indifferent. “Our office has been a target for several months. We reported it to the police. We said it would be bad, but no protective measures were taken. Unfortunately, it turns out that our fears are true”, HDP Central Committee member Mahfuz Güleryüz explained to the media.