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Politicians and intellectuals sign letter arguing that possibility party “could be permanently banned so close to the upcoming elections places Turkish democracy in dire jeopardy”.
The Turkish government has responded aggressively to a petition by academics against the crackdown on the country’s Kurdish minority in the southeast.
The state will never hold talks with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), or political parties that support the terrorist organisation, said President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Sedat Peker, a notorious convicted criminal and associate of President Erdogan, promised Turkish academics he would "take a shower in your blood” after they called for an end to the violence against the Kurds.