On 10 October 2015, two bombs were detonated in the midst of a mass rally ("The Labor, Democracy, and Peace Meeting) in Ankara, callled for by the trade unions KESK and DISK as well as other civil society organizations. At least ninety-five people were killed in the attacks, according to state sources (other estimates have put the death toll at 128). The attacks come after several months of state violence in Turkey following national elections in early June. In this video, Selahattin Demirtaş, the co-president of the HDP (People’s Democratic Party), responds to the attacks in Ankara, as well as to statements regarding the attacks by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu. The video is in Turkish, with English subtitles.