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The infamous 'Master Plan' sparks a row in parliament session

The infamous 'Master Plan' sparks a row in parliament session

The infamous Mağusa-İskele-Yeniboğaziçi Master Plan that has created tension between the coalition partners and several circles of the society due to the dissensus sparked a row between Prime Minister Tatar and main opposition party leader Erhürman in parliament session on Monday.

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The infamous Mağusa-İskele-Yeniboğaziçi Master Plan that has created tension between the coalition partners and several circles of the society due to the dissensus sparked a row between Prime Minister Tatar and main opposition party leader Erhürman in parliament session on Monday.

Prime Minister Ersin Tatar who objected the publication of the recent version of Master Plan earlier said that he consulted with the experts on the matter and his contacts confirmed his thoughts that the Master plan covering three different accommodation units should be divided and the plan should be applied separately for each city in accordance with the existent laws.

Responding the rising criticisms from the opposition seats as “Why you are getting angry, please don’t angry. We are experiencing a problem”, Prime Minister Tatar continued his speech as follows:

“Do I have to sign this plan? There is a divergence in opinion. We (UBP) asked a legal advice from Office of the Chief Prosecutor about the further proceedings on the matter. What would be change if we postpone this issue? My party strongly says there is a need for some more time” PM Tatar said.

Highlighting that Minister of Interior Affairs as the pioneer of the Master Plan is the member of People’s Party (HP), Prime Minister Tatar said “They are aimed to set against the coalition partners. I did my choice into that way. We (UBP) also asking for a Master Plan” he said.

After the speech of Premier Ersin Tatar, the discussion occurred between opposition and coalition parties. In the discussion the representatives of opposite camps accused each other for “getting angry”.

The leader of main opposition party Tufan Erhürman criticized Prime Minister Tatar for being impolite in his speech. Reminding that PM Tatar mostly speaks loudly, Republican Turkish Party (CTP) leader said PM Tatar would not reach any point by shouting during his speeches. He also argued that Premier was out of sufficient information to respond the questions directed to him about the plan.

CTP leader also accused Prime Minister for being late to consult with the Office of the Chief Prosecutor about the Master Plan.  


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