Opposition parties agree on parliamentary system in Turkey

Opposition parties agree on parliamentary system in Turkey
Date: 29.1.2021 13:00

Deva Party Chairman Ali Babacan visited CHP Chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu. The visit, which took place at the CHP Headquarters, lasted an hour and a half.

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Deva Party leader Ali Babacan visited CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu at the CHP Headquarters. Kılıçdaroğlu and Babacan answered the questions of journalists after the meeting that lasted for 1 and a half hours. 
Deva Party Chairman Ali Babacan stated that the issue of alliance was not brought to the agenda during the meeting and said, "We and many political parties are preparing for a strengthened parliamentary system."
"Before sharing our own preparations with the public, we care about creating a social consensus ground. We exchanged views on the initiation of such a process. CHP also has important preparations. We decided that it would be good for our delegations to initiate a dialogue and consultation process on a strengthened parliamentary system in the next period. Good for our democracy," Babacan added.
"It is necessary to overcome vicious arguments"
Criticizing the Presidential Government System, CHP Chairman Kılıçdaroğlu said, "58 percent of the society is not satisfied with the existing system. It wants a strengthened parliamentary system. It is important to come together and talk as parties and to unite a certain compromise culture. not with the sterile debate, surpass do not exceed, the needs of those working to make Turkey an important point. Babacan and his friends' views are important to us."


Kılıçdaroğlu, regarding the instruction of President Erdogan "open a lawsuit to Kılıçdaroğlu" at his party's group meeting the day before, "Erdogan saying that all governors should file a lawsuit is under my command, all governors are under my command. Does this have to do with reason and logic? This is the point we dwell on. Let them not politicize the state. They are obliged to put into service any laws that come," he said.


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