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Interior minister Atalay: "CHP's allegations for bugging will be investigated"

Interior minister Atalay: "CHP's allegations for bugging will be investigated"

Interior minister Atalay: "CHP's allegations for bugging will be investigated"

Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal claimed that his party's headquarters in Ankara was bugged by security forces, and tapped conversations were leaked to an Islamic daily, at a press conference yesterday. "Some illegal organizations nestled within state institutions are systematically employing technological means against certain citizens. It's obviously the government which controls these actions," Baykal said. In related news, Interior Minister Besir Atalay said that he ordered the governor to file a complaint and summoned prosecutors to investigate the claims. "We must shed light on this event, if the claims are true, it's a dire violation not only of law, but also of ethics," Atalay said. The allegations came true when a last week meeting between CHP's Secretary-General Onder Sav and former Bolu Governor Ali Serindag was published word by word in an Islamic daily. A public prosecutor launched an investigation into the CHP claims.

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