Turkish opposition supports Erdogan’s move in Davos
Turkey, Ankara, Feb. 2/ Trend , A. Alasgarov/ Head of Turkey's Democratic Left Party (DLP) Zeki Sezer described move by the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who left the World Economic Forum conference hall in Davos, as "appropriate." At the DLP meeting held in Kayseri, Sezer said Prime Minister's reaction must be continued, otherwise it would seem improbable. "The DLP approves Erdogan's reaction in Davos. Israel, who brutally kills Palestinians, must be provided with response," Sezer said.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan faced injustice in the World Economic Forum in Davos and his reaction was fair, leader of the top opposition Republican Popular Party (RPP) Deniz Baykal said. He also criticized Erdogan's using this fact in domestic policy. "Prime Minister faces problems - upcoming municipal election," Baykal said.
Leader of the Great Unity Party (GUP) Muhsin Yazicioglu also backed Erdogan's move adding that it must not remain unfounded.