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Turkish dailies on Wednesday covered Turkish PM Erdogan's statements saying CHP deputies had ties with Syria-linked agents at May 11 Reyhanlı blasts, former first lady's demise, new alcohol regulations in Turkey.
All Turkish dailies covered Turkish Prime Minister RecepTayyip Erdogan's statements saying that the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) had ties with Syria linked agents at May 11 Reyhanli blasts.
Daily Milliyet quoted Erdogan as saying, "If you are going to drink alcohol, then drink it at your home" and said Prime Minister Erdogan defended alcohol regulations, adding that measures constituted neither a ban nor an intervention into people's life styles.
Daily Yeni Safak headlined, "CHP betrayed the county" by quoting Erdogan as saying, "The CHP has to make a statement immediately. They should know that the National Intelligence Organizaiton (MIT) has their photos."
"The CHP leader needs to resign" headlined daily Haber Turk by citing the words of the Prime Minister and said Erdogan called on the CHP leader and those deputies who were said to have ties with Syria-linked agents at May 11 Reyhanlı blasts to resign.
Most of the Turkish dailies covered the death of former first lady Nazmiye Demirel. Daily SABAH published "Sorrow at Guniz Street" and said many politicians rushed to the Demirel's neighborhood. President Abdullah Gul paid a visit to Demirel's residence to extend his condolences while Erdogan called Demirel to express his condolences.Last Mod: 29 Mayıs 2013, 10:28