Setting the feelings aside and speaking of experience, the answer is no. Turkish state has always promised something to Kurds and always changed its mind about the promises made. This goes back to the start of the republic. The latest example is the peace groups who came from Qandil Mountain and Maxmur Refugee Camp in South Kurdistan. They arrived in October 2009 with promises from the state and the government. They were tried on 17 June 2010 and arrested. ANF has the story.
Where are those who kept talking "this time it will be different" and "the Kurds must trust the state and the government this time"? Well???