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CHP deputy warns against assassinations in referendum process - Turkish Minute


CHP deputy warns against assassinations in referendum process - Turkish Minute: Writing on his personal Twitter account on Saturday night, CHP İstanbul deputy Erdoğdu said terrorist organizations would try to scare people with bloody attacks in the referendum period. “As part of the referendum campaign, Turkey could be dragged into war in Syria or Iraq,” Erdoğdu said as he urged people not to be afraid.

Parliament recently approved a constitutional amendment package that paves the way for an executive presidency. A referendum is expected to be held to approve the changes, which will become effective in the spring. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan claims huge support for the proposed changes among the people.

“As part of the referendum process [there could be] assassinations, attacks against mosques or cemevis [Alevi houses of worship],” the opposition deputy went on to say.

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