Turkish court rejects bid to delay trial of Kurdish party
27 January 2023 | 3:16 pm
The pro-Kurdish People's Democratic Party is facing possible court-ordered dissolution ahead of elections in May. The court has refused to postpone the decision until after the vote.
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