'Turkey will not change terror laws'

'Turkey will not change terror laws'

World September 2, 2016 04:18

ankara - Turkey ponders not about to change his anti-terror legislation to meet EU requirements. That said, the Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim Thursday after a visit from Martin Schulz, the President of the European Parliament. Brussels is concerned that the Turkish government misused the law to close its opponents and silence.

Europe Turkey visa-free travel are envisaged within the framework of the refugee agreement with Ankara. For lifting the visa requirement or Turkey, however, must meet a series of conditions where modification of the anti-terrorism laws is one of them.

The Turkish government did feel already know this little previously. But since the failed coup, the Turks have become firmer in their opposition to this European requirement. Ankara has repeatedly threatened to withdraw the refugee agreement if Europe has not lifted the visa requirement.
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