The Turkish Parliament adopted a law on deprivation of deputies of inviolability

Парламент Турции принял закон о лишении депутатов неприкосновенности

The deputies of the Turkish Parliament supported the law on deprivation of deputies of inviolability. For the corresponding document voted 376 of 550 deputies, reports the BBC.

The law will come into force when it is signed by the President of the country Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has already called the decision of deputies historical.

“My people do not want to see the perpetrators in any of the legislators in this Parliament, especially those who support the separatist terrorist organization,” the President said.

Erdogan was referring to members of the Pro-Kurdish people’s Democratic party, which he considers part of the country banned the Kurdistan workers ‘ party.

In turn, members of the party said that the law aims to remove them and other members of the opposition from Parliament.

Earlier in April, Erdogan urged the authorities to revoke the citizenship of terrorism supporters.

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