THE TURKISH and Kurdish Community Solidarity Centre has appointed a new governing board at their 19th annual general meeting attended by Day-Mer members and supporters.
At the meeting which took place on Sunday, February 11th at the North London Community Centre in Day-Mer, several talks were held after the election of the committee.
The first mention occurred with the 18th Term President of Day-Mer, Asli Gul spoke on UK economy throughout the UK. While Day-Mer Board Member Arif Bektas’s noted that the developments which are occurring are Turkey are being reflected in London.
After July 15 Impact Initiative which was announced in Turkey Emergency (State of Emergency) and referring to the increasing pressure on the country Bektas states, as Day-Mer there are willing to be in close cooperation with peace and pro-democracy organisations to defend the rights of victims.
SUPPORT TO ANKARA AGREEMENTS
During the suggestions part of the meeting, it has been requested in recent years to support Ankara Contracted Immigrants, whose numbers have increased considerably. As a result, a committee has been agreed to be established to defend the rights of immigrants from Turkey.
NEW BOARD OF COMMITTEE
Following the Congress, two alternate members were elected to the 19th term management committee of Day-Mer. The original members were Arif Bektaş, Aslı Gul, Cagdas Canbolat, Gungor Bir, Oktay Cinpolat, Oktay Sahbaz, Orhan Dil, Ozkan Kurban and Sena Kartal, while substitute members were identified as Gullu Kuscu and Metin Sagir. There are three people on the Board of Auditors Cinar Altun, Ali Kaya and Mehmet Goztas are taking place.