Thousands of people, mainly Syrian and Turkish Kurds, filled up Ludwigsburg's MHP Arena, for a rally held by the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) on Saturday, in the lead up to the Turkish elections on November 1. The rally was so crowded that 2,000 supporters had to wait outside due to lack of space in the premises. HDP's co-chairman, Selahattin Demirtas, addressed the attendance from the stage, calling for more democracy in Turkish politics. He was hailed and greeted with applause. Cem Ozdemir, co-chairman of the German political party Alliance '90/The Greens, was among the guests, and joined Demirtas in his demands to the Turkish Government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The HDP is a left-wing Turkish political party, founded in 2012 as the political wing of the Peoples' Democratic Congress, a coalition of leftist movements and organisations. The party operates a co-presidential system of leadership, with one chairman, Selahattin Demirtas, and one chairwoman, Figen Yuksekdag. HDP describes itself as democratic socialist and anti-capitalist party. The HDP's campaign places a strong emphasis on environmentalism, minority rights and egalitarianism.
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