Ruling party: Turkey not going to ban social media
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 19 / Trend /
Turkey is not going to ban social media, deputy head of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), Huseyin Chelik said on Wednesday, Anadolu Agency reported.
According to him, the purpose of government is amendment of the legislation on social media using practise in the countries of Western Europe and the EU.
Chelik also noted that there was found 105 Internet sites that disseminate unconfirmed information about the events in Gezi park.
Until today there was found 262 fake twitter profile, calling the people to riot, deputy head of the ruling party added.
The protests have been going on in Turkey for more than twenty days. According to the representatives of the authorities, the protests already have anti-government character.
Turkey's opposition parties accuse the police of using excessive force against protesters.
Earlier, the Interior Minister of Turkey said that the cases of the use of excessive force against protesters are being investigated.