Kurdish as a factor in Turkey-European Union RelationAuthor(s):
Md. Imran IqwalAbstract:
Despite the disturbance, the new Turkish constitution of 1961 gave significantly wider freedoms of expression, the press, and association than it had in the past. The Turkish Kurds benefited from these new freedoms notwithstanding the continued prohibition on creating any regional or ethnic associations that would undermine Turkish unity. The Faik Bucak-founded Kurdish Democratic Party of Turkey, which was initially conservative, nationalist, and pro-Barzani, had a number of splits in the late 1960s and early 1970s.Pages: 234-243 | Views: 165 | Downloads: 54Download Full Article: Click Here
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Md. Imran Iqwal. Kurdish as a factor in Turkey-European Union Relation. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2022;4(1):234-243.