Top Turkish bosses seek fair judiciary system with charter

Top Turkish bosses seek fair judiciary system with charter

 

The Turkish Industry and Business Organization (TÜSİAD), a leading business organization in the country, has called on the government to consider three main principles for the country’s new charter.

The group’s demands, which were listed in a statement yesterday, include judicial freedoms, universal rights and freedoms and a change in the democratic representation system, although the organization did not specifically mention the current election threshold of 10 percent in general elections.