CHP questions Syrian meeting in Antalya
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
Turkey’s main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) directed a parliamentary question to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan regarding Syrian opposition members’ recently held “secret meeting” in the southern province of Antalya.
A Supreme Military Council was formed in a meeting in Antalya that started on Dec. 4 and continued for three days, according to the parliamentary question. More than 263 commanders attended the meeting, according to CHP Mersin deputy Vahap Seçer, who cited Reuters and The New York Times reports in his parliamentary question.
“Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party’s ‘subcontractor’ polices leave a mark on every death in Syria,” Seçer said in a written statement issued yesterday. The people who held that meeting gathered to turn Syria into bloodshed not for union, according to Seçer, who asked Erdoğan to respond to nine questions.