Cumartesi, Aralık 10, 2022

Support-Solidarity to Sibel Balaç and Gökhan Yıldırım From Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan

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Support-Solidarity to Sibel Balaç and Gökhan Yıldırım From Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan

Comrades from Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan joined the solidarity campaign with the political prisoners Sibel Balaç and Gökhan Yıldırım from Turkey.

20 people from Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan signed an appeal and sent it to the Turkish Embassy and the Ministry of Justice of Turkey, which was prepared and translated into several languages as part of a campaign of solidarity with political prisoners Sibel Balaç and Gökhan Yıldırım, who have been on a death fast (hunger strike to death) for six months.

Among the signatories are musicians from the Moscow rock commune, anti-imperialists, anti-fascists and communists from Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan.

Support-Solidarity to Sibel Balaç and Gökhan Yıldırım From Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan

Sibel Balaç ve Gökhan Yıldırım’a Belarus, Rusya ve Kazakistan’dan Destek-Dayanışma

Belarus, Rusya ve Kazakistanlı yoldaşlardan, devrimci tutsaklar Sibel Balaç ve Gökhan Yıldırım ile dayanışma kampanyasına destek.

Belarus, Rusya ve Kazakistan’dan 20 kişi Türkiye Büyükelçiliği ve Türkiye Adalet Bakanlığı’na, 6 aydır ölüm orucuna olan devrimci tutsaklar Sibel Balaç ve Gökhan Yıldırım ile dayanışma kampanyası kapsamında hazırlanarak çeşitli dillere çevrilen dilekçeye imza atıp gönderdi.

İmzacılar arasında Belarus, Rusya ve Kazakistan’dan Moskova rock komününden müzisyenler, anti-emperyalistler, anti-faşistler ve komünistler yer alıyor.

Support-Solidarity to Sibel Balaç and Gökhan Yıldırım From Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan
Support-Solidarity to Sibel Balaç and Gökhan Yıldırım From Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan
Support-Solidarity to Sibel Balaç and Gökhan Yıldırım From Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan
Support-Solidarity to Sibel Balaç and Gökhan Yıldırım From Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan

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