Disinfo: Brussels is planning to replace the UK by Turkey in the EU


Brussels is planning to replace the UK by Turkey in the European Union.


No evidence given. Turkey is negotiating for accession in its own right. Talks began in 2005. However, since then only one of the 35 negotiation chapters has been provisionally closed. Any accession is therefore a long way off.


  • Reported in: Issue 33
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 25/06/2016
  • Outlet language(s) Hungarian
  • Country: UK, Turkey
  • Keywords: Brexit, European Union, EU/NATO enlargement
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The TTIP treaty between the US and the EU will lead to privatization of healthcare in Europe. Powerful corporations have already obtained power over people and even governments.


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