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Representatives of the Republican People's Party (CHP), Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), Democratic Left Party (DSP), Independent Turkey Party (BTP) and Democrat Party (DP) came together in a joint press conference held at Ankara's Swiss Hotel, during which they signed the joint declaration.
The deployment of the missiles is not aimed at defending Turkey's territories and is against the country's national interests," Leader of the Democratic Left Party (DSP) Hasan Ercelebi said on Monday.
The Democratic Left party has the support of 16 deputies in the 300-seat parliament and the government - which has a 176-seat majority - could pass the package without its support.
Celebrations began in capital Lefkosa at the TRNC Presidency where President Dervis Eroglu received dignitaries including high level Turkish Cypriot officials, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay, Turkish Parliamentary Administrative Head Salim Uslu, Chairman of the Turkish main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Kemal Kilicdaroglu, Commander of Turkish Air Force General Mehmet Erten, Deputy Chairman of Democratic Left Party (DSP) Dursun Erturk, Chairman of Democrat Party (DP) Namik Kemal Zeybek and veterans of Turkish Peace Operation of 1974.
The government's plan to establish the specialized professional military unit was voiced by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his meeting with Democratic Left Party, or DSP, leader Masum TE-rker on Tuesday (July 13).
The Republican People's Party (CHP) and the Democratic Left Party argued in a joint petition that the amendment.
Former Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit stepped down from the leadership of his centre-left Democratic Left Party today after a near 50-year career to make way for a younger leader.
3 after it lost its overall majority when six more deputies quit PM Bulent Ecevit's Democratic Left Party (DSP).