Turkish ruling party & PKK think same: leader of Turkish opposition
Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (JDP) and the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) have the same thought, leader of the Turkish opposition National Movement Party (NMP), Devlet Bahceli said at a news conference, CNN Turk reported.
"The JDP and PKK are thinking the same. Rather than to preserve a unitary system of state, Prime Minister Erdogan urges to split it," said Bahceli.
At the meeting of the ruling Justice and Development Party, Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that, despite anything, the JDP will solve the Kurdish problem in the country. Earlier, the Prime Minister met with the leader of Kurd Democratic Society Party (DTP), Ahmet Türk. The head of government said that the meeting was positive and the settlement of the Kurdish problem will enter an active phase in the near future.
According to the DTP leader, Türk, the meeting initiated a dialogue between the parties. Turkey's key opposition leader, Deniz Baykal also believes that the authorities are negotiating with people who promote terrorism in the region. On Aug. 13, the Turkish Interior Minister, Bashir Atalay also met with Türk.
The NMP leader also noted that it was unclear to where the ruling party leads the country.
"The Prime Minister intends to take anti-constitutional steps," said Bahceli.