'The PKK was almost finished, but Apo found a way to revitalize it''Most Kurds are fed up with Apo and the PKK, but they can't say so openly because they're intimidated''If PM Erdogan really wants to solve the issue, he has to listen to the Kurds''The best solution is a federal system'
Resit Deli is the deputy head of the Rights and Freedoms Party (HAK-PAR), which is under the legal threat of being banned. He was born in Siirt as a member of a well-known tribe of the area, the Solhan. Since his youth, he actively fought for the Kurdish issue on different platforms as a member of various Kurdish associations. As a result, he was jailed for three years in various prisons, for certain periods he lived his life illicitly, and he was forced to live in exile in Denizli for six months.
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