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Turkey may back down on plan to curb judges' power: Report

AFP , Saturday 11 Jan 2014
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Turkey's justice minister said Saturday that the government may back down on a bid to curb judges' powers amid a deepening corruption scandal, local media reported.

"If political party groups come together ... and reach a consensus, the proposal could be halted," Bekir Bozdag was quoted as saying by the private NTV television.

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