The Daily Zaman which Shoebat.com relied on heavily in the past and was ousted from Turkey, now runs from absentia by the name The Turkish Minute. It is sending the alarm bells.
The bill which was proposed by the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) on April 12, had received enough votes in the first round of voting last Tuesday to move on to the second round.
348 deputies voted in favor and 155 deputies voted against the bill in the first round. The bill needed at least 330 votes in favor.
In the second round, 373 deputies voted in favor of the first article of the bill while 138 deputies voted against the bill. Also, 374 deputies voted in favor of the second article, while 136 deputies voted against it.
The bill received 376 votes in total, thereby passing into law without holding a referendum.
The constitutional amendment suggests lifting deputies’ immunity from prosecution, who currently face investigations and mainly targets politicians from the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP). If enacted the bill would affect a total of 138 lawmakers, 50 of them from HDP.
The statement read:
“In line with relevant international recommendations, immunity must apply to all on a non-discriminatory basis and decisions on lifting immunity must be based on the merits of each specific case, according to transparent criteria and not subject to any political considerations.”
Friday’s decision to lift deputies’ immunity are usually criticized for being politically motivated and for targeting Kurdish lawmakers.
The bill is to affect a total of 138 lawmakers, 50 of them are from the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party.
The joint statement also said, “A restrictive interpretation of the legal framework and the Constitution in particular continue to pose a risk to the freedom of expression of Members of Parliament in Turkey.”
Changing the laws of Turkey is something we have been tracking and awaiting for two decades:
According to the Prophet Daniel, “He [Antichrist] will speak against the Most High and oppress the saints and try to change the set times and the laws.” (Daniel 7:25) In this passage, we find an important clue; for by his actions, we can assess his origin. Not knowing how to deal with this piece of the puzzle, many students of Bible prophecy have speculated that the Antichrist will try to change cosmic laws. But the text infers no such thing. It simply says that he will desire to change two things: times (the accepted world calendar) and laws. If we simply take the text at its face value, we find a simple warning that the Antichrist will attempt to change the times (calendar), legal systems, and constitutions. (GWOT, page 85)
And now this is being fulfilled and there is more to come. Expect more changes the next two years in Turkey where western ways will be completely out and Caliphate agenda completely in.