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CLAIM: EU SAYS IT WON’T IGNORE TURKEY’S HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS……..

Not to worry, the marxist fake president of the fake EU parliament is working in our behalf, he’ll handle everything, not to worry…..

In the meantime he works his best to ensure that people within the EU are saddled with every kind of bureaucratic straightjacket, as individual liberty/sovereignty becomes a distant notion, a mere notation in the annals of human history. It’s my honest belief that if Martin Schultz and others like him in the halls of the EU, were able to shut down criticism of himself and of the EU, he’d gladly do it.

The man is utterly detestable…..

‘EU won’t ignore Turkey human rights issues’

'EU won't ignore Turkey human rights issues'

Martin Schulz arrives at the European Union summit on March 17. Photo: Thierry Charlier/AFP

Published: 03 Apr 2016 13:38 GMT+02:00

European Parliament President Martin Schulz said on Sunday that the EU must make no concessions to Turkey over human rights but voiced confidence in a deal with Ankara to manage the refugee crisis.

Under the controversial agreement, Turkey is due to take back illegal migrants from EU member Greece from Monday, when it will also start an orderly resettlement programme of Syrian asylum-seekers to the 28-member bloc.

Turkey has received EU financial aid and other concessions, but Schulz, speaking to Germany’s Bild am Sonntag newspaper, said Europe must give no ground to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan when it comes to fundamental freedoms.

Schulz said Erdogan “went one step too far” when his government called in Germany’s ambassador last month over a satirical TV programme that mocked the leader, demanding it be pulled off the air.
“It is unacceptable that the president of another country demands that we restrict democratic rights in Germany because he feels he was caricatured,” said Schulz, a German citizen.

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