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EFA condemns attack against DEB party in Greece

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Greece should finally search and find the perpetrators

The European Free Alliance is appalled and deeply concerned about last night’s attacks against the offices of our member party DEB, which defends the rights of the Turkish minority in Greece.

According to the party officials, still unknown perpetrators invaded the party’s new premises in Komotini/Gümülcine and vandalized them, destroying equipment, doors and windows. Before leaving, they used blue spray to write “Guardians of Thrace” in several walls of the building and also stole the car driven by DEB founder Ahmet Sadik when he was killed in 1994 (a crane was used to remove the vehicle).
The police was called on the spot but are yet to make any official statement on the case.

The attack came only a few days after the party announced it will start collecting signatures to protest about a series of human rights violations against the Turkish minority including education, religion, citizenship and property.

A DEB delegation presented these issues to EFA in Brussels just a few weeks ago and a common action plan was agreed, aiming to apply pressure to Athens so that they could be finally resolved.

EFA notes that despite the change of government, Greece remains the EU Member State with the worst record when it comes to minority recognition and protection. The country officially acknowledges the existence of only a “Muslim” minority in the region of Thrace and stubbornly refuses to even discuss the recognition of Turkish, Macedonian and other minority groups within its borders. Acts of violence against minority activists and parties are unfortunately quite common.

Greece has been condemned several times from the European Court of Human Rights in Strasburg for not permitting the registration of organizations such as Xanthi Turkish Union or the Home of Macedonian Culture simply because they bare the adjectives “Turkish” or “Macedonian” in their respective titles.

EFA Director Günther Dauwen calls upon local, regional and national authorities to join forces in a full-fledged investigation in order to find those responsible of yet another hate crime.

“It is up to the Greek state and the police authorities and the judicial system to show and prove that THIS time they will search and find who is responsible. Ignoring a minority is appaling, ignoring crimes committed against them time and time again, is intolerable. This ignorance has no place in a democracy.”

http://www.debpartisi.org/haberler.php?s=detay&id=3965

10/15/2015

 

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