Turkish parliament (Majlis) is expected to debate the democratic move on November 10, government spokesperson said on Monday.
Turkish State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Cemil Cicek, also the spokesperson of the government, said that the government was planning to bring up the democratic initiative to the parliament on November 10.
"The government wants to bring up the issue to the parliament, and deliberate on it next Tuesday," Cicek told reporters after the cabinet meeting in Ankara.
Cicek said the date of the discussion would depend on the agenda of the parliament.
On July 22, Erdogan announced his government initiated a move to deal with Kurdish issue and the Ministry of Interior was assigned with the coordination of this task.
A week later, Interior Minister Besir Atalay said their government believed the Kurdish issue would be solved with an egalitarian approach through democratization.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 03 Kasım 2009, 11:11