LDH: Unlawfulness about the Paris killings encourages murderers
LDH issued a statement on the 6th anniversary of the January 9 Paris killings and said the unlawfulness encourages murderers and instigators.
Human Rights League France (LDH) commemorated PKK founding member Sakine Cansiz, KNK Paris Representative Fidan Dogan and Kurdish Youth Movement member Leyla Saylemez who had been murdered on January 9, 2013.
The Human Rights League (LDH) said the murders, which they called a femicide, haven’t been brought to light despite the 6 years that have passed since, and added: “Our pain and our rage are always fresh. We state that we condemn the murderers with our protests, and condemn the French institutions and the government for failing to take any action to have justice served.”
LDH said the attack was against the courage and existence of all women: “We know that this unlawfulness encourages murderers and instigators. This attack is against women’s struggle for freedom, and an affront to equality, justice and democracy.”
Human Rights League France representatives called for strong participation to the march from Gare du Nord on Saturday, January 12.