Tuna Beklevic, who made the statement on behalf of the founders of the No Party, said that they had officially applied for the Party’s registration 21 days ago, but they could not obtain a result from the Interior Ministry.
Tuna Beklevic, one of the founders of the No Party, noted that, “despite the completion of all the documents, we could not get the “received” document. The fact that the Ministry of Internal Affairs did not receive proper documents and the title of our party was not registered by the Chief Public Prosecutor of the Supreme Court of Appeals is precluding our political party activities which are our constitutional right and is a clear deprivation.”
In the statement, which is written on behalf of Beklevic’s founders’ board, it is indicated that this case is contrary to the relevant provisions of the Constitution and the Political Parties Act, “We believe that the provisions in the Constitution and the Act are vital for political parties that are either parliamentary or can not be represented in our council.
The practices of the Ministry of Internal Affairs expressed above will be recorded in the embarrassment part of our democracy history. Despite these useless and purposeless repressions, the same history will record our immaculate young people who founded the No Party and our nationwide volunteers with “NO”.