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Topic - Emma Sinclair-Webb
"What has emerged in the last year is a serious clampdown on legal Kurdish politics," said Human Rights Watch's Ms. Sinclair-Webb.
"Unless Turkey can really tackle the Kurdish issue in a more constructive way and guarantee minority rights, it will always be compromised internationally," she said. "Its regional role cannot be as a model, while there are those very burning issues."