Kurdish separatists blackmail Turkish authority
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 14 / Trend A. Tagiyeva /
Kurdish separatists are trying to realize their goals by blackmailing the Turkish authorities to destabilize the situation in the country, former Turkish intelligence analyst Mahir Kaynak said.
"The Turkish government has done much to expand the rights of the Kurdish population," he told Trend over phone from Istanbul.
However, the Turkish government will not follow the Kurdish separatists' tastes. It will not allow them to destabilize the country, he said.
The AKP, headed by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, won the elections last Sunday as expected, gaining 50 percent of the votes.
Erdogan's party will receive 326 seats in the new parliament. The party will be able to form a single-party government.
But it is not allowed to accept a draft new constitution in the Parliament and to hold a referendum on it, which was repeatedly stressed by the representatives of the ruling party.
According to the Turkish Constitution, the government must be formed within 45 days from the date when the president gives the instructions to the party leader.
He said that after the elections, the Kurdish conflict will not aggravate in Turkey, as all the harsh statements of the pro-Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party were aimed at taking more seats in the parliament.