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Erdogan’s party postpones the legal holiday to pass a law imposing restrictions on social media


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The ruling Justice and Development Party in Turkey, which is led by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is heading to postpone the legal holiday with the aim of passing new legislation before the start of the annual holiday period in which the Turkish parliament closes its doors.

The “People’s Democratic Party” pluralist and anti-Erdogan that the date of the holiday has not yet been formally set, and there is a conflict of opinion about it inside the parliament.

The opposition MP in the Turkish Parliament explained that the holiday would start next week as usual, but Erdogan’s party wanted to postpone it to the beginning of next month, and the beginning of Next week, Erdogan’s party, along with its ally Dolat Bahceli party that leads the far-right “National Movement” party, will introduce new legislation in parliament to discuss it with representatives of all parties and would impose major restrictions on social media users.

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