There is no longer an independent justice system in Turkey, but the provisions against Canan Kaftancıoğlu are in line with the law. There are major problems with suitability as well. The problem is that the penalties given are extremely light and insufficient. It is seen that the justice system does not impose punishments at the level required by law, as required by national security, under political pressure, as well as under pressure from an organized press and media. Again, as a result of these pressures, it is seen that the investigation/trial is not deep enough. Otherwise, it is before the eyes that Canan commits various crimes, praises/defends even terrorist organizations most clearly, betrays the homeland and the nation, and allies with Turkish enemies, leaving no room for discussion.
Despite this, those who are defending Canan are currently committing the crime of “praising the crime and the criminal”. They openly declare that they have aided and abetted these “organized terror and treason” crimes to this day. At this stage, it is seen that the justice system is under political pressure, under pressure from the press and media, and the pressure of organized actions carried out by some foreign countries in Turkey, and we encounter the so-called ambassadors of certain countries in Turkey.
Prosecutions should be initiated immediately against all of these people. Those in the Turkish justice system know that one of Canan Kaftancıoğlu’s biggest accomplices is Ekrem İmamoğlu, and through which ambassadors and foreign NGOs that are hostile to the Turks, İmamoğlu is directed. Judicial authorities who knowingly do not do what is necessary also commit crimes. They also commit grave crimes. They also endanger Turkey’s national security.
These investigations and trials should carry out immediately. If the issue extends to the CHPKK administrators and even to Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, the law should be applied to them as well.
My opinion on this matter is clear. I wrote a long time ago. Law requires to do the same about CHPKK, just as the law requires to close HDPKK as soon as possible, gather all those involved, and not allow such a so-called political party again. It is visible that the six-party coalition is the so-called political parties and organizations that have become this way.
Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya|Akademi Dergisi