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Erdogan announces reforms to boost power in Turkey


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Ankara, December 23 – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said there are preparations for reforms to strengthen the country’s branches of government.
According to the Turkish leader, “any departure from the principle of the rule of law inevitably reduces respect for the judicial and executive systems.”
Addressing the conference participants, Erdogan said, “New reforms in Turkey next year aim to improve the branches of government. These reforms will increase the efficiency of the executive authority, as well as contribute to the work of the legislative and executive systems.” About the Conference on Constitutional Law in the Islamic World, which kicked off Friday at the Dolmabahçe Palace in Istanbul, the Anadolu Agency quoted him as his words.

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The Turkish leader noted that the steps taken in recent years “made it possible to ensure at the constitutional level not only the independence of the Turkish judiciary, but also the impartiality of the Turkish judiciary, eliminating a gap in the country’s legal system.”

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