Mullah Bakhtiar asks for Ocalan release


25/5/2013 19:31:00
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Mullah Bakhtiar, Chief of Executive Body of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) Polit Bureau, participated in National Congress of Kurdistan held in Brussels on May 25, 2013.
Mullah Bakhtiar delivered a speech and said that the Kurdish unity was a priority above everything else. He said that the Kurds should also have a united national strategy.
Mullah Bakhtiar also said that it was a crucial time for all Kurds and asked for stronger unity. He also asked for the release of Ocalan. He said that Ocalan has spent 14 years in prison and it was time for him to be released. 
National Congress of Kurdistan started in Brussels on Saturday, May 25, 2013. A big number of Kurdish political parties, politicians, and guests have participated in this conference.
A PUK delegate headed by Mullah Bakhtiar Chief of Executive Body of Patriotic Union of Kurdistan has participated in the congress. He gave a speech representing the party.
The conference would cover the rights of women and future strategies for Kurdish cause. The congress would last two days. It has its own importance since Brussels is a big world political center.

PUKmedia


 

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