Turkish Taxpaying Citizens’ Rights

Turkish Taxpaying Citizens’ Rights

How can the Department of Forestry and Water Affairs be allowed to just give up Turkey’s natural resources for development. İnceboğaz Beach, a gorgeous stretch of untouched beach within walking distance of downtown Kaş in the province of Antalya is slated for a supposed renovation, and in that ‘renovation’ package is a plan for a casino. How can this be? It is government land, and should be conserved and preserved for Turkey’s sake, and for future generations. Casinos are not special, these ugly monstrosities can be built anywhere. I find it hard to believe the residents green lighted such a project to be built on a piece of unique Turkish land.

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/untouched-beach-in-southern-turkey-to-be-covered-in-concrete.aspx?PageID=238&NID=84098&NewsCatID=340

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