Turkish Parliament adopted a government-supported law regulating social networks. About this is evidenced by the results of the voting on the page of Parliament on Twitter.
The ruling party of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has a majority in Parliament with the Federal nationalist party, supported the bill.
The Parliament started discussion of the new rules on July 28, and on which the decision is announced in the morning on July 29.
“S. Room: 226. Began negotiations on amendments to the law “On the organization of Internet publications and combating crimes committed through these publications” – said in a message to Parliament on the outcome of the vote.
(S. Sayısı: 226) Internet Ortamında Yapılan Yayınların Düzenlenmesi ve Bu Yayınlar Yoluyla Işlenen Suçlarla Mücadele Edilmesi Hakkında Kanunda Değişiklik Yapılmasına Dair Kanun Teklifinin tümü üzerinde görüşmelere başlandı.
— TBMM Genel Kurulu (@TBMMGenelKurulu) July 28, 2020