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'We condemn Germany'

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20.03.2017

In diplomacy, you have only the power of words. If one country is condemning an ally, it represents the end of the rope. Turkey's presidential spokesperson İbrahim Kalın said the other day that Turkey condemned Germany for openly supporting terrorism and allowing a PKK march. Some European countries have been interfering with the propaganda activities regarding the referendum Turkey is going to have in less than a month. The subject matter of this referendum is rather complicated: a bill altering 67 sections in the country's constitution and they need explanation.

Since it is not an election, you cannot ask for the votes of the people directly. Inside the country, the subject has been discussed at length, but for the Turkish people living and working in European countries, the matter needs more clearheaded discussion.

That is the reason why many Turkish people and groups have been flocking to the streets in Europe to explain and ask for the vote in the referendum.

Thanks to the recent changes in the law, eligible Turkish people can vote in the elections and referenda from outside the country.

The PKK terrorist organization is known for its opposition to the unification of the offices of the head of government and the head of state in a presidential governmental system. They said in their intercepted communications that a stronger government system would be the end of their terror network.

Their leaders said clearly in their open statements that their organization would fight against the people's approval........

© Daily Sabah