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Bad news if you have possessions in Turkey

A news avalanche that has been keeping Turkish speaking communities’ minds busy has fallen into more complex divisions in the wake of more information cropping up on Internet platforms.

Bad news if you have possessions in Turkey
04.08.2017
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A news avalanche that has been keeping Turkish speaking communities’ minds busy has fallen into more complex divisions in the wake of more information cropping up on Internet platforms.

According to a story appeared on a news platform Fransa24, people who are living in member countries of European Safety and Collaboration Association (AGIT) must ensure that they don’t have any property holding or assets in their home countries if they wish to get benefits from the government. The new process that is speculated to set off on the 1st of January 2018, imposes new regulations for governments to have authorisation to go through expats’ past in their home countries.

WHY DO COUNTRIES SIGN SUCH AN AGREEMENT?

Internet sources suggest that the main reasons behind such regulations is to stop unequal spread of obtaining government benefits. It is also said that such an enterprise would sooth governmental funds in a radical way as well. The treaty that is signed amongst 57 countries under the name “Automatic Information Transfer”, is thought to be toughened in the future.

TURKISH MP YENEROGLU SPEAKS SPEAKS ABOUT THE MATTER

Publishing a press release on the matter in the wake of an avalanche of requests for Mr Yeneroğlu to comment upon the matter, Istanbul MP and Turkish Parliament Human Rights Commission President Mustafa Yeneroğlu clarified some questions on minds:

“Our primary aim is to preserve our people’s rights in abroad – the regarding treaty will be dealt with in consideration of our people’s privacy matters for sure. The partner countries that will be involved in “Automatic Information Transfer” with us will be picked by our Ministers Commission and we will prioritise our expats’ needs throughout this process. This has to be also clarified that once the regulations start, there will be no authorisation to check anything happened before that date. The regulations are set to determine tax-related matters…”

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