After Belgian court ruling, PKK might be removed from EU’s terrorist organisations list

A ruling by Belgium’s highest court last week can have far-reaching consequences that can end the practice of enlisting the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), an armed group which has been fighting inside Turkey since 1984, as a terrorist organisation in Europe.

The court approved a previous decision made by a lower court in March, which said the PKK could not be considered a terrorist organisation.

While Kurdish activists celebrated the Belgian court’s ruling, both Belgian and Turkish government officials firmly rejected it.

Continue reading at Ahval.

One thought on “After Belgian court ruling, PKK might be removed from EU’s terrorist organisations list”

  1. Seems to me that governments dont much care for the interests of their people. Consequently i ask myself how is it determined that anything becomes a “terrorist organization” ? I suspect that such things are in the gift of the leaders. A very dangerous place to leave such things.

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