Turk parliament adopts motion for probing bugging claims

During a voting on Tuesday, the motion was adopted with the support of all political parties in the parliament.

Turk parliament adopts motion for probing bugging claims
Turkish parliament adopted Tuesday a motion aiming at the investigation of the allegations claiming that the office of the Secretary General of Turkey's main opposition party was bugged.

The motion was submitted by MPs from Turkey's ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party.

During a voting on Tuesday, the motion was adopted with the support of all political parties in the parliament.

The commission that would carry out the investigation would comprise of 16 members and it would be assigned for a period of 3 months, officials said.

On May 28th, the prosecutor's office in Turkish capital of Ankara launched an investigation claiming that the office of Republican People's Party (CHP) SG Onder Sav was being bugged.

On May 30th, CHP filed a criminal complaint against Vakit daily of Turkey on alleged illegal monitoring of Sav's office.


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Güncelleme Tarihi: 04 Haziran 2008, 11:33
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