The primary confrontation Republican People’s Party (CHP) has plumbed an alert that discourses at Parliament’s Constitutional Reconciliation committee listened to and leaked out for aims of governmental handling.
“We’re concerned about eavesdropping in the region. We’re worried that material may be constructed digitally that could sabotage the work of the committee. The government must take cautions,” Atilla Kart, a CHP member of the commissioning.
Kart emphasized that his political party concerns increased after the CHP aroused the issuing at a commissioning assembling, merely accepted none guaranty that measurements would be taken to prevent leaks out. “We’re worried that closed-door conversations at the commissioning are being leaked out. There’s a group that digitally constructs written document. This group might spread out disinformation and control the work of the commission,” he said.
The cross-party Constitutional Reconciliation Commission started out composing the text of the fresh constitution on First of May at Parliament’s annexe building upon Atatürk Boulevard, across from the primary campus. The reality that the annexe building up is settled very close to the Public Order and Security Undersecretariat has fired the CHP’s fears about the possibleness of listening in. Parliament Speaker Cemil Çiçek, nevertheless, played down the concerns and anticipated to act out measures if the CHP’s fears prove to be guaranteed.
All discussions at commissioning encounters are recorded in minutes, merely members may call for a “blackout,” particularly when they want to press out aspects that could be arguable. This principle takes aim to make the members feel comfortable expressing their ideas. There are as well separate rooms for the 4 parties in the building. Commission members may accommodate secret meetings in these rooms also.
“I’ve voiced my apprehensions at the commission, but there have been no concrete developings. The government hasn’t granted us any confidences. This is distressful. The Parliament Speaker stated officials will act what is essential, merely the government hasn’t granted any confidence,” Kart said. “We’re concerned about listening in on classified talks at the Commission. This issue is very important. Can we discuss the rule of law, protection or individual exemptions under such conditions? The constitution-making process could be counteracted by doctoring audio transcriptions of secret discourses at the meetings.”