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Turkey: Erdogan wants to ban Facebook and YouTube

November 29 category:Europe
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Turkey: Erdogan wants to ban Facebook and YouTube

Weakened by a second compromising wiretapping, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has clamped down on Thursday against the Muslim leader he accuses of plotting against him by challenging him to come face off in the polls in Turkey. Altan

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, entangled in a political and financial scandal, threatened to ban YouTube and Facebook in Turkey after the municipal elections of 30 March, in an interview broadcast Thursday night. "There are new steps we will take in this area after March 30 (...) including a ban on" YouTube and Facebook, "he has said on the ATV Turkish private TV channel.

Since the indictment in December close to dozens of the regime, bosses, elected or senior officials suspected of corruption, the opposition demanded the resignation of Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Erdogan will leave politics if defeated

Telephone conversations which are directly involved in corruption cases are published on the internet last week. In these exchanges whose authenticity has not been finalized, including the Prime Minister asked his son to conceal large sums of money deemed insufficient or evokes a commission paid by an industry group.

In the election campaign, he promised Wednesday to leave politics if his party did not win municipal March 30, which will test for his regime.

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