Monday, November 14, 2016

Turkey could put EU talks to a referendum next year: Erdogan

Turkey could hold a referendum on whether to continue membership talks with the European Union next year, President Tayyip Erdogan said Monday, repeating his warning to Brussels that it needed to "make up its mind" on Turkish accession.

In a speech in Ankara broadcast on television, Erdogan urged Turks to be patient until the end of the year and then said a vote could be held on EU membership.

Erdogan also said that he would approve reinstating the death penalty - a move that would likely end any hope of Turkish membership of the EU - if parliament passed a law on it, and said that too could be part of a referendum.

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