Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Germany’s policy towards Ankara is comparable to the Nazi regime, reports Daily Sabah.
This opinion he expressed after Germany banned a Turkish officials and Ministers to attend the rally of Turkish citizens in Germany dedicated to the constitutional referendum scheduled for April 16.
“Germany had strayed from the path of democracy, its current practice has nothing to do with democracy and even comparable with the Nazi regime,” — said the President of Turkey.
Earlier this week, the German government forbade the Minister of justice of Turkey Bekir bozdag, the to hold a meeting with citizens in Gaggenau, saying the lack of space in the conference hall and in the Parking lot. However, the Turkish authorities consider this decision politically motivated. They think, the publication that in Germany fear the increase of supporters of the expansion of presidential powers.
Earlier this week, erdoğan also criticized the German authorities. Then he accused them of “aiding terrorism” after the arrest in Istanbul correspondent for the German newspaper Die Welt Denise Ysela. In Turkey, he is suspected of having links with militants. According to Erdogan, usel is “a German spy” and a representative of the outlawed Turkey Kurdistan workers ‘ party (PKK).