the European parliament has voted in favour of Turkey's membership negotiations of suspension on behalf, told the economic newspaper the Financial Times.
the result of the Vote, however, is not binding as the only member of the earthly governments have the right to break off negotiations.
currently, the vast majority of member states wants to continue Turkish accession negotiations.
the Parliament's vote can, however, according to FT, keep it as a turning point.
"It is parliament strong political signal to EU leaders, who meet in mid-December, that if they are taking european values seriously, it's time to draw the line - taking into account what happened in the candidate countries", assesses the hollantilaismeppi Kati Piri to the press.
the EU authorities varoittavatkin Turkey's leading opponents against witch hunt of hard enlarged to have failed after the military coup.