Click to read the article in Turkish
Justice and Development Party (AKP) Bartın MP Yılmaz Tunç has submitted the bill proposing for a “Child Rights Commission” to be established to the Grand National Assembly (TBMM) Speakership.
Common attitude of the parties
In an interview to state-run Anadolu Agency, Tunç stressed that the other three parties had proposed a bill about this matter and that these bills were referred to the TBMM Constitutional Commission.
Tunç stated that the bills might be combined and be discussed at the General Assembly after the constitutional amendment referendum.
The commission will receive the applications
When the child rights are violated, applications will be able to made to the commission. The commission will examine these and inform the relevant authorities when it deems as necessary.
The commission to examine the child rights violations abroad when it is necessary, will submit these violations to the respective country directly or via parliamentary forums. (YY/TK)
Most Read Today
Deniz Yücel: I don’t Know Why I’ve Been Released 19 February 2018
2 Soldiers Die in Syria, Hakkari 19 February 2018
Deniz Yücel and His Friends Granted ‘Journalist of the Year’ Award 19 February 2018
Reuters: Syrian Army to Enter Afrin 19 February 2018
Regional Court Overturns HDP MP’s Prison Sentence 19 February 2018