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Turkey PM says against violence, open to `democratic demands`

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his Islamic-rooted government opposed violence and was open to "democratic demands" raised by demonstrators whose mass protests have rocked country.



Istanbul: Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday his Islamic-rooted government opposed violence and was open to "democratic demands" raised by demonstrators whose mass protests have rocked the country.
"What we are against is terrorism, violence, vandalism and actions that threaten others for the sake of freedoms," Erdogan said in a televised conference in Istanbul. "I`m open-hearted to anyone with democratic demands."
AFP

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