Deputy PM Arinc: Turkey may remove anti-terror law

Turkish Deputy prime minister Bulent Arinc said that Turkey may remove its anti-terror law during the “North America Media Gathering” in New York.

Deputy PM Arinc: Turkey may remove anti-terror law

World Bulletin / News Desk

Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc remarks Turkey may remove anti-terror law in case the ideas are negotiated by means of politics without (violent) action.

Deputy PM responded to the questions asked to him during the North America Media Gathering in New York and he said, "we may remove anti-terror law on the condition that the fact of terrorism completely ends in Turkey and at least the arms are taken away with the solution process, and the PKK organization accords with their words 'we are talking ideas by politics without (violent) action' and some developments related to this issue."

However, Arinc added, "since the struggle is somehow continuing and the results are valid for all sides, the accusations based on this law may go on and then we can see the concerning outcomes."

Arinc also stressed, "There is no one accused of any book, piece or caricature because of their job in Turkey."

Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc attended “North America Media Meeting” organized by Turkish Prime Ministry’s Directorate General of Press and Information (BYEGM) in New York and came together with workers of Turkish media groups active in North America.

Last Mod: 25 Kasım 2013, 10:29
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