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Turkey not getting mad but getting even

Three bills by which Turkey will officially recognize that France committed genocide in several countries not least in Algeria will be seen by the Foreign Relations Commission on Thursday, the Anatolia news agency reported yesterday. The commission, chaired by Motherland Party (ANAP) deputy for Van Kamran Inan will review a bill drafted by Virtue Party (FP) deputy for Adiyaman Mahmut Goksu and 41 colleagues. The bill is called “The Proposed Law on the Genocide Carried Out by France in Algeria”. The other bills to be reviewed are: “The Proposed Law on the Genocide Carried Out by France in Algeria”, submitted by independent deputy for Eskisehir Mail Bukerman, and “The Proposed Law on the Recognition of Atrocities and Genocide Carried Out by France”, submitted by ANAP deputy for Istanbul Bulent Akarcali. This last bill would see Turkey recognize France’s participation in atrocities committed in Vietnam and the genocide committed in Ruanda.

The Foreign Relations Commission is also scheduled to review a proposal submitted by Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) group deputy leaders Oktay Vural, Ismail Kose and Mehmet Sandir and called “Proposed Law Pertaining to Sanctions to be Applied to Countries Working Against Turkey”. The bill envisages the Cabinet taking decisions as to what cultural, economic and political sanctions to take against countries working to the detriment of Turkey. It contains a provision binding all public bodies and institutions as well as institutions in which the state holds more than a 50 percent stake

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