Turkish premier calls anti-graft campaign a 'dirty plot' to mar stability

December 2013
Journal of Turkish Weekly;12/23/2013, p16
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The article reports that Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan labelled the campaign against his government as a dirty and dark plot that aims to undermine the country's stability and peace. According to Erdogan, the personalities who are blaming his government for corruption want to harm the peace in Turkey and instigate terror. Erdogan reiterated that his government would bring to justice those who stole public property.


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