considering your other answers i think your ignorence is much more higher than i ever imagine.
heres an other ignorenceNever. But neither has a Kurd ever been elected President of Turkey.
because of the states unitarythey can't be officially discriminated.
it is obvious that you can not understand what you read or you are highly biaised.Kurds never founded this country. Turks founded it and invaded and annexed Kurdistan into it, denying Kurds recognition or any cultural rights (though the cultural restrictions have largeley (but not fully) been dropped in the last ~10 years), still the Turkish constitution reflects the thinking of the founders of Turkey that this was to be a nation by Turks and for Turks. Kurds, Armenians, Arabs and other minorities could be part of the country as individuals, but theri ethnic identities were never accepted into the nation.
we found this country together, our ancestors fought together in all fronts, didi you ever visited Gallipoli? obviously not.
plus recognising as a minority rather than a normal citizen is a negative thing.
as Ataturk sad the people who found the Turkish Republic is called "TheTurkish Nation"
Turkey is a unitary country.