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Turkish President Erdogan has 'gone too far' with Nazi jibe, Germany says

21 March 2017

"Your practices are not different from the Nazi practices of the past", he said.

Sunday's accusation was the latest in a string of Turkish comments drawing Nazi parallels with present-day Germany and the Netherlands in a dispute over restrictions on Turkish officials campaigning there in a referendum campaign. "If they weren't ashamed, they would revive the gas chambers". "Especially Merkel", Erdogan said in a televised speech. "The government is watching this very closely, and we maintain that Nazi comparisons are unacceptable in any form", Demmer said on March 20, adding that it was up to Turkey to tone down its rhetoric and avert damage to relations between the two countries.

Several hundred police officers were deployed at what they described as peaceful rally.

Erdogan said on Saturday that he would "approve ... without any hesitation" the reinstatement of the death penalty in Turkey if MPs did "the necessary thing" in voting for it.

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He also said that most Turkish people living in Europe shared European Union values and made a positive contribution to Europe's economy. "Who would really benefit from it if we paid back in kind, if we answered using the same language as the Turkish president?" said the ministry spokesman, Martin Schaefer. "They [European states] do not have the urge to hide their intentions and can not hide the discomfort they feel from Turkey, which is growing stronger", Erdogan said, as cited by Reuters.

Turkish ministers may plan another rally in Germany ahead of the vote on Erdoğan's powers, the presidential spokesperson İbrahim Kalın said on Sunday, a move that could further ignite tensions.

Turkey's foreign ministry expressed its displeasure to Germany's ambassador in Ankara, according to a statement by the ministry.

Erdoğan's spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin said during an interview with CNN TURK that "Turkophobia is on the rise in Europe".

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Around 30,000 Kurdish supporters took to the streets in Frankfurt on Saturday to denounce the Turkish president and the upcoming referendum which seeks to expand his presidential powers.

The voters in Turkey and millions of others overseas will decide on April 16 if they want a profound set of constitutional changes to significantly expand presidential powers. But these plans did not go down well with the European authorities.

The city of Cologne canceled a similar event, where Turkish economy minister Nihat Zeybekci was due to speak.

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Turkish President Erdogan has 'gone too far' with Nazi jibe, Germany says