NEWS CENTER - The rotating hunger strike initiated by prisoners in prisons within the scope of the "Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan, solution to the Kurdish issue" campaign has entered its 8th day.
The rotating hunger strike action launched in prisons in Turkey and Kurdistan to end the isolation and ensure the physical freedom of PKK Leader Abdullah Öcalan, who is held in İmralı Type F High Security Prison, continues on its 8th day.
The action, which started on November 27 within the scope of the "Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan, solution to the Kurdish issue" campaign, will continue until February 15, 2024.
November 27, the start date of the action, is the date of the PKK's "founding congress" held in Fîs village of Amed's Licê district in 1978. February 15 is the anniversary of Abdullah Öcalan being detained in Kenya in 1999 and brought to Turkey due to an international conspiracy.
The PKK Leader, who has been subjected to isolation policies in İmralı, where he has been held for 25 years, has not been allowed to meet with his family and lawyers for 33 months.