The Prime Minister of Turkey, Binali Yildirim has admitted that the country could be returned to death penalty. It is reported by Dogan Haber Ajansi.
"If political parties can reach a compromise on this issue, and the solution will coincide with the desire of the nation, can be developed accordingly. Then we will make suggestions to the draft Constitution," said he, speaking in Parliament.
30 October this year, the country's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, the government will send to Parliament a draft law on the return to Turkey of the death penalty.
"I am sure that Parliament will approve it, and when it goes to my signature, I ratificirao" he said, speaking at the opening ceremony of the station high-speed trains.
Crowd response began to chant: "Give the death penalty!" Erdogan said, "soon, Soon, don't worry. It'll happen soon, if it be the will of Allah".
7 August of this year, erdoğan, speaking in Istanbul at a mass meeting, expressed their willingness to sign the law on the death penalty for members of the military coup, if the document is approved by the Parliament of the country. He appealed to the leaders of political parties, stating that Turkish citizens require the highest measure of punishment for the rebels, reminding them that power belongs to the people.
The death penalty in Turkey was abolished in 2002 that the country met the criteria for joining the European Union. Prior to that, prisoners sentenced to capital punishment were executed mostly by hanging.
Earlier, in July this year, the head of European diplomacy Federica Mogherini said, that no country can count on membership in EU in the imposition of the death penalty.
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