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Avrupa Parlamentosu’ndaki siyasi gruplardan Davutoğlu’na mektup (orjinal metin-english)

Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Başbakanlık Çankaya Mah. Ziaur Rahman Cad. Çankaya / Ankara

Türkiye

Sayın Başbakan Ahmet Davutoğlu,

Brüksel 15 Ekim 2015

Avrupa Parlamentosu üyeleri olarak, 10 Ekim 2015 tarihinde gerçekleşen çifte bombalı saldırıda hayatını kaybedenlerin ailelerine ve yakınlarına başsağlığı, yaralılara acil şifalar diliyoruz.

Bu saldırının, şiddetin her türüne karşı çıkmak amacıyla barışçıl bir gösteri yapmakta olan sivilleri hedef almış olması dehşet vericidir.

Türkiye’de şiddetin giderek artmasından dolayı derin endişe duyuyor ve temel bir insan hakkı olan barışçıl protesto hakkını kullanan masum sivil halka karşı yapılan saldırıları kınıyoruz.

Geçtiğimiz Cumartesi günü yapılan gösteride güvenlik önlemleri alınmadığı yönündeki haberlerden dolayı üzüntü duyuyoruz. Eylemcilerin savunmasızlığının daha ciddi bir şekilde göz önünde bulundurulması gerektiğine inanıyoruz. Mevcut riskleri değerlendiren önleyici faaliyetler daha ivedilikle yapılabilirdi.

Saldırılardan bu yana Türkiye genelinde gerçekleşen eylemlerden de anlaşıldığı üzere, Türkiye ve uluslararası kamuoyu genel seçimlere haftalar kala gerçekleştirilmiş olan bu terör saldırısı konusundaki sorulara yanıt istemektedir.

Bu nedenle, bu korkunç terör saldırısı hakkında Türkiye halkına adalet sağlayacak kapsamlı ve tarafsız bir soruşturma açılması çağrısında bulunuyoruz.

Ayrıca, terör saldırılarından sonraki sosyal medya karartmasını da kınıyor ve Türk hükümetinin her tür medya sansürünü sona erdirmesini talep ediyoruz. Haber alma hakkı temel bir haktır ve Türkiye halkı bu haktan hiçbir zaman mahrum edilmemelidir.

Türkiye hükümetinin Kürt barış sürecinin yeniden hayata geçirilmesine odaklanması gerektiği konusunda ısrarcıyız. Tüm bölgenin istikrarı Türkiye’nin şimdiye kadar sunmuş olduğu, ve bundan sonra da sağlamlaştırmayı amaçlaması gereken, demokrasi örneğine bağlı.

Son olarak, Türkiye hükümetini, 1 Kasım seçimlerinde, bütün katılanlar ve vatandaşlar için tüm ülke çapında güvenli ve adil bir ortam sağlamaya davet ediyoruz.

Demokrasinin temel prensiplerinin garanti altına alınmasında Türkiye ́nin tüm yurttaşlarının güvenlik ve temel haklarının sağlanması büyük önem taşımaktadır.

Saygılarımızla,

Ernest Maragall i Mira (Greens/EFA)

Daniela Aiuto (EFDD) Izaskun Bilbao (ALDE)

José Bové (Greens/EFA) Christian-Silviu Bușoi (EPP) Fabio Castaldo (EFDD) Nessa Childers (S&D)

Silvia Costa (S&D)

Karima Delli (Greens/EFA)

Pascal Durand (Greens/EFA)

Angel Dzhambazki (ECR)

Ismail Ertug (S&D)

Eleonora Evi (EFDD)

Tanja Fajon (S&D)

Lorenzo Fontana (ENF)

Eider Gardiazábal Rubial (S&D) Juan Carlos Girauta Vidal (ALDE) Ana Maria Gomes (S&D)

Rebecca Harms (Greens/EFA)

Heidi Hautala (Greens/EFA) Hans-Olaf Henkel (ECR)

Yannick Jadot (Greens/EFA)

Eva Joly (Greens/EFA)

Ska Keller (Greens/EFA)

Merja Kyllönen (GUE/NGL)

Jean Lambert (Greens/EFA)

Juan Fernando López Aguilar (S&D) Javi López (S&D)

Ulrike Lunacek (Greens/EFA)

Martina Michels (GUE/NGL)

Kati Piri (S&D)

Laurentiu Rebega (ENF)

Terry Reintke (Greens/EFA) Michèle Rivasi (Greens/EFA) Inmaculada Rodríguez-Piñero (S&D) Bronis Ropé (Greens/EFA)

Judith Sargentini (Greens/EFA) Marietje Schaake (ALDE) Jean-Luc Schaffhauser (ENF) Jordi Sebastià (Greens/EFA) Alyn Smith (Greens/EFA) Renate Sommer (EPP)

Bart Staes (Greens/EFA)

Eleftherios Synadinos (NI)

Indrek Tarand (Greens/EFA) Joseph-Maria Terricabras (Greens/EFA) Ramon Tremosa (ALDE)

Helga Trüpel (Greens/EFA) Claude Turmes (Greens/EFA) Ernest Urtasun (Greens/EFA) Ivo Vajgl (ALDE)

Bodil Valero (Greens/EFA) Monika Vana (Greens/EFA) Julie Ward (S&D)

Josef Weidenholzer (S&D) Tatjana Zdanoka (Greens/EFA)

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Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Başbakanlık Çankaya Mah. Ziaur Rahman Cad. Çankaya / Ankara

Türkiye

Dear Prime Minister Davutoğlu,

Brussels, 15th October 2015

We as Members of the European Parliament would like to offer our condolences to the families and friends of those who lost their lives on Saturday’s double bomb attacks in Ankara and we wish a full and speedy recovery to those injured.

It is appalling that this attack targeted a group of civilians who had gathered to peacefully manifest their disapproval of any form of violence.

We are growing extremely concerned by the return and escalation of violence in Turkey and we condemn such attacks on the innocent civilian populations who were exercising their basic human rights for peaceful demonstration.

We regret reports for the perceived lack of security measures in last Saturday’s demonstration. We believe that the vulnerability of the protestors should be taken into consideration more seriously. Preventive actions to assess the risks could be applied more promptly.

As the demonstrations across Turkey since the attacks have shown, the people of Turkey and the international community are demanding answers to this act of terror, diligently enacted just weeks before national elections.

Therefore, we call for a full and impartial investigation of this horrendous act of terror, bringing justice to the people of Turkey.

We also condemn the social media blackout after the terrorist attacks and demand the Turkish government to stop all media censorship. The right to information is a fundamental right and should not be deprived from the Turkish population at any time.

We insist that the Turkish government should focus on the restoration of the Kurdish peace process. The stability of the entire region is highly dependent on the democratic example Turkey had so far set, and should still aspire to solidify.

Last but not least, we urge the Turkish government to provide safe and fair grounds for the upcoming November 1 elections for all its participants and citizens across the country.

Securing the safety and basic rights of all citizens in Turkey is of utmost importance for guaranteeing fundamental principles of democracy.

Yours sincerely,

Ernest Maragall (Greens/EFA)

Daniela Aiuto (EFDD) Izaskun Bilbao (ALDE)

José Bové (Greens/EFA) Christian-Silviu Bușoi (EPP) Fabio Castaldo (EFDD) Nessa Childers (S&D)

Silvia Costa (S&D)

Karima Delli (Greens/EFA)

Pascal Durand (Greens/EFA)

Angel Dzhambazki (ECR)

Ismail Ertug (S&D)

Eleonora Evi (EFDD)

Tanja Fajon (S&D)

Lorenzo Fontana (ENF)

Eider Gardiazábal Rubial (S&D) Juan Carlos Girauta Vidal (ALDE) Ana Maria Gomes (S&D)

Rebecca Harms (Greens/EFA)

Heidi Hautala (Greens/EFA) Hans-Olaf Henkel (ECR)

Yannick Jadot (Greens/EFA)

Eva Joly (Greens/EFA)

Ska Keller (Greens/EFA)

Merja Kyllönen (GUE/NGL)

Jean Lambert (Greens/EFA)

Juan Fernando López Aguilar (S&D) Javi López (S&D)

Ulrike Lunacek (Greens/EFA)

Martina Michels (GUE/NGL)

Kati Piri (S&D)

Laurentiu Rebega (ENF)

Terry Reintke (Greens/EFA) Michèle Rivasi (Greens/EFA) Inmaculada Rodríguez-Piñero (S&D) Bronis Ropé (Greens/EFA)

Judith Sargentini (Greens/EFA) Marietje Schaake (ALDE) Jean-Luc Schaffhauser (ENF) Jordi Sebastià (Greens/EFA) Alyn Smith (Greens/EFA) Renate Sommer (EPP)

Bart Staes (Greens/EFA)

Eleftherios Synadinos (NI)

Indrek Tarand (Greens/EFA) Joseph-Maria Terricabras (Greens/EFA) Ramon Tremosa (ALDE)

Helga Trüpel (Greens/EFA) Claude Turmes (Greens/EFA) Ernest Urtasun (Greens/EFA) Ivo Vajgl (ALDE)

Bodil Valero (Greens/EFA) Monika Vana (Greens/EFA) Julie Ward (S&D)

Josef Weidenholzer (S&D) Tatjana Zdanoka (Greens/EFA)

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MEPs call for impartial investigation in cross-political letter to Turkish PM

Over 50 MEPs from different political groups have co-signed a letter to Turkish Prime Minister Davutoğlu calling for a ‘full and impartial investigation’ of the recent Ankara bombings. The letter expresses concern for the escalation of violence in Turkey and condemns attacks on innocent civilian protestors. It also criticises the social media blackout following the bombings and media censorship. The letter calls for the Kurdish peace process to be restored and for the Turkish government to ensure the security and fairness of the forthcoming elections on 1 November. Commenting on the letter, Greens/EFA MEP Ernest Maragall, who initiated the letter as a member of the European Parliament’s delegation for relations with Turkey, said:

“The political situation in Turkey is a matter of growing concern. The terrible bombings and loss of life in Ankara have shaken many people’s confidence in the Turkish government’s ability to maintain the peace and stability necessary for free and fair elections to take place on 1 November.

“As MEPs we are calling upon Turkey’s Prime Minister to ensure a full and impartial investigation of this act of terror. We also urge Turkey to restore the Kurdish peace process and lead by example in showing respect for democracy and human rights.”

Greens/EFA co-president Rebecca Harms said:

“There are real concerns that Turkey is rolling back on its previous democratic development, threatening the country and the wider region. This terrible attack must serve as a turning point. The EU also has to finally assume its responsibility and engage much more proactively with the Turkish government in order to push for a return to the peace process. This holds for German chancellor Merkel, who is set to visit Turkey, as well as all other EU leaders and representatives of the EU institutions. It is also crucial that she and other visiting leaders meet with members of the opposition and media under pressure from the government.

“The Turkish government must stop the ongoing repression and censorship of the media. Freedom of the press, freedom of expression and the right to information are basic democratic rights and should not be denied to Turkey’s citizens. Clearly, against this background and with the serious instability and violence, Turkey cannot be designated by the EU as a safe country of origin.”

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