Added time: 10 April 2014, Thursday 17:20
BDP deputies turned back from Qandil with a letter
Peace and Democracy Party's parliamentary group presidents, İdris Baluken and Pervin Buldan went to Kandil to have talks on recent developments with KCK executives before their meeting with Abdullah Ocalan, which is likely to take place this weekend.
Two deputies from Peace and Democracy Party has turned back from Kandil after a one day visit.
Pervin Buldan answered the questions on her return and said KCK executives were indignant to Erdogan's recent talks. Buldan said she returned with a letter of 5 pages written by KCK authorities to Ocalan as a response to Ocalan's previous letter of 13 pages to KCK.
Buldan said they went to Kandil to discuss the recent developments before their meeting with Ocalan, and the talks lasted 6 hours.
Buldan said KCK authorities strongly reacted to Erdogan's rejection of drawing a legal framework for the negotiations.
Buldan told that KCK interpreted the election frauds and modification of results as government's intention to close the possiblity of democratic politics, and insisted that the government must take necessary legal steps to open channels of democratic politics.
Buldan said KCK authorities saw HDP as a new political alternative and said that it must be strongly and massively built.