Turkey: The colour of their clothes: Parliamentary deputies serve 15 years' imprisonment for expressions of Kurdish political identity
This document describes the case of Leyla Zana, Hatip Dicle, Orhan Dogan and Selim Sadak, prisoners of conscience of Kurdish origin that were elected to parliament as representatives of the Social Democratic Populist Party, that have been imprisoned for the peaceful expression of their beliefs.
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