Turkish Law Institute Afyonkarahisar Provincial Representative Office Opened

Turkish Law Institute Afyonkarahisar Provincial Representative Office Opened
Turkish Law Institute Afyonkarahisar Provincial Representative Office Opened

Turkish Law Institute Afyonkarahisar Provincial Representative Office was inaugurated by Nationalist Movement Party VQA Member and Afyonkarahisar Deputy Mehmet Taytak and Turkish Law Institute Chairman Cemil Yavuz Aksu.

The opening of the Turkish Law Institute Afyonkarahisar Provincial Representative Office was attended by Nationalist Movement Party VQA Member and Afyonkarahisar Deputy Mehmet Taytak, Turkish Law Institute Chairman Cemil Yavuz Aksu, Bar Association President Turgay Şahin, Judicial Justice Commission President Fatih Serdar Köken, MHP Provincial President Mehmet Kocacan and his management. , KAÇEP Provincial President Nesrin Çelikbilek, MHP Central District Administration, Ülkü Ocakları Provincial President Oğuz Kağan Diler, Mayors, Provincial Assembly Members, members of the judiciary, and Non-Governmental Organizations. The program started with a moment of silence and the national anthem.

Mehmet Taytak, “The Institute is important for the manifestation of justice and the rule of law”

Speaking at the opening of the Turkish Law Institute's service building, Nationalist Movement Party VQA Member and Afyonkarahisar Deputy Mehmet Taytak said, "The President of the Turkish Law Institute, Mr. Devlet Bahçeli, which was established by the instruction of our late president, Mr. Devlet Bahçeli, as well as protecting all the relics of our president, he gave his party, hearth and all his unions to Turkish Law. In Turkey, where the Institute needs to grow and justice is displaced from time to time, justice is especially scattered and FETO and FETOCU lawyers are in the judiciary, both collecting the victimization of our own brothers and creating a structure worthy of respect for the future for the manifestation of justice and the rule of law. Our brothers set out to put I believe that our judges, prosecutors, lawyers and judicial staff will gather under one roof and provide important services for the country, the country and the nation to do whatever is necessary. Congratulations to the Turkish Law Institute. I wish success to our friends," he said.

Cemil Yavuz Aksu: “We are one of Turkey's most rooted Non-Governmental Organizations”

Cemil Yavuz Aksu, President of the Turkish Law Institute, said, “The Turkish Law Institute was established in 1977 with the instructions of our late President, Alparslan Türkeş. Today, it is one of Turkey's most rooted Non-Governmental Organizations. Our institute has been fighting for nearly half a century for the rule of law and the manifestation of justice, which can be shaped around our fundamental values, have national and moral sensitivity, can read the world from the perspective of Turkish justice, where lawyers can gather under one roof. Our Branch President, Av., who contributed to the new service building. He would like to thank İsmail Aydoğş and his management. I hope our new building will do good services," he said.

Aydoğş said, “Our Institute will fight for the manifestation of justice”

Turkish Law Institute Afyonkarahisar Provincial Representative Atty. İsmail Aydoğş continued as follows: “Established in 1977 by the instruction of our late President, Alparslan Türkeş, in order to contribute to the development of Turkish law, the establishment of the rule of law in Turkey with its institutions and rules, and the establishment of unity and professional solidarity among lawyers, its headquarter is in Ankara. is an association. Afyonkarahisar Provincial Representative Office, our Chairman Atty. It was established as a representative of 19 provinces throughout Turkey with the appointment of Cemil Yavuz Aksu as the founding provincial representative. Our institute will ultimately fight for the rule of law and the manifestation of justice, by providing an environment where lawyers who can be shaped around our core values, have national and spiritual sensitivities, and can read the world through the eyes of Turks, can work together.

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