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  • Apr 18, 2012
  • 11:55 PM

Kurds Push for their Rights in New Turkish Constitution

Hemin Khoshnaw / Rudaw
Turkish officials have been saying that the Kurdish language will not be an official language for education. When Bulent Arinc, deputy prime minister, met with Osman Baydemir, the head of the Diyarbakir municipality, he told him, “We will not adopt studying in the Kurdish language, but Kurdish can be an optional subject in schools.”

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