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Linking Turkey to Europe

Turks ignore to customs was not effective

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A member of National Security and Foreign Policy commission in the Iranian Parliament believes that although Turks have operate out about 80 percents of dictated laws of European Union, linking process to the Union does not work.
Sunday, November 27, 2016 11:56:44 AM
Turks ignore to customs was not effective

Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency – "At this time, there has been passed more than two decades from the time, Turkish government started to track its membership in the European Union, Turks think that this incorporation is beneficial to them", said Mortaza Saffari Natanzi in response to pause of negotiations on incorporation Turkey to EU.

"After the incorporation, Turkey could use the European financial and technological resources; of course in this way, it should pass from lots of problems and obstacles and adapt its laws to European laws", declared the MP who represents Natanz and Qamsar electoral district in Majlis pointing some of interests of Turkey following the incorporation.

He also said: Turkey has an Islamic and traditional context and in the case of accession, its people should connive their traditions and ethics; these renunciations are amongst the cases imposed on Turks, nevertheless EU is not willing to the accession and this could return to historical memories of Ottoman Empire and in a moment Turkish state.

Relations between Turkey and European Union are generally good but in the recent months after attempt for coup at fires weeks of the last summer, the relationships have been injured. Turkey is one of the European Union's main partners in the Middle East. Turkey is the main partner for the EU in tackling the current European migrant crisis. On March 2016, they signed an agreement on the refugee crisis. Turkey currently is in talks with EU about Turkey joining the European Union. If they succeed, then Turkey would be the first country with predominantly Muslim population to join the EU.

Out of 35 chapters necessary to complete the accession process, 16 have been opened and 1 has been closed. According to survey of Turkish citizens carried out by Eurobarometer in 2015, where participants were asked whether Turkey's EU membership would be "a good thing", a "bad thing" or "neither good nor bad" thing, 40 percent of participants answered "bad" and 33 percent answered "good", with the rest choosing "neither good nor bad" or N/A. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the current president of Turkey, supports the country's accession into European Union.

Turkey's application to accede to the European Economic Community, the predecessor of the European Union (EU), was made on 14 April 1987. Turkey has been an associate member since 1963. After the ten founding members, Turkey was one of the first countries to become a member of the Council of Europe in 1949, and was also a founding member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in 1961 and the Organization for Security Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in 1973.

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