Turkey wants to clear its record at Euro court
Turkey aims to eliminate hundreds of complaints filed against it by its own citizens in the top European human rights court through adopting new laws and regulations at home that are expected to shortly enter into force, Justice Minister Sadullah Ergin has stated.
Sadullah Ergin signaled that Turkey is determined to clear its record in the top court through adopting new legal regulations in compliance with EU standards, Deutsche Welle reported on Wednesday. “We want to drop more than a thousand files from the agenda of the court by passing the necessary laws and regulations. Turkey is one of the countries against which most of violation of human rights decisions are made. We want to change this [situation],” Ergin was quoted as saying.
08 October 2009, Thursday
TODAY’S ZAMAN ANKARA