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    Erdogan:I didn't say I'd declare my assets

    Hürriyet Haber
    30 Ocak 2006 - 13:01Son Güncelleme : 30 Ocak 2006 - 13:02

    Speaking at a meeting of his party at the weekend, Justice and Development Party (AKP) leader and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan commented on arguments about his assets, stressing that he didn’t say that he would declare his assets this week. “Although I didn’t say this, the newspapers wrote such news,” he added. Erdogan said that the government was aware of its responsibility in the foreign policy, adding that it also carried the responsibility of the history and the civilization it represented.

    Erdogan said that some circles criticized the government’s stance on the Cyprus issue, but Ankara, with its positive policy, proved that Turkey wanted a resolution on the island. Erdogan stated that with the new action plan, Ankara would be a step ahead of Greek Cyprus. Touching on Turkey’s European Union membership bid, Erdogan said that he wanted AKP deputies to expand their work throughout the country. In related news, opposition True Path Party (DYP) leader Mehmet Agar said that Erdogan should declare his assets.

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