The far-right party demanded action against the Swedish Consulate General in Istanbul.
Swedish Democratic Party General Secretary and Member of Parliament Björn Söder submitted a parliamentary question for Swedish Foreign Minister Tobias Billström to answer.
The proposal recalled the action held in Istanbul to protest against the Danish far-right politician Rasmus Paludan, who on January 21 burned the Koran in front of the Turkish Embassy in Stockholm.
In the motion recalling that the officials of the Swedish Consulate General in Istanbul hung the message “We do not share the opinion of this fool who burned the book” on the window of the consulate, “How can the Swedish authorities hang this banner over someone who is manifest in the framework of freedom of expression? he replied he.
In the proposal, it was stated that the official authority of Sweden could not insult Paludan, and Foreign Minister Bilsström was asked to respond on this issue.
In the motion demanding action against those responsible, “What kind of measures does the minister intend to take for what happened at the Consulate General in Istanbul?” They Asked.
HUDA-PAR and members of the Quran Generation Platform held a protest in front of the Swedish Consulate General in Istanbul on January 22 to protest against far-right politician Rasmus Paludan, who burned the Quran in front of the Turkish Embassy in Stockholm. .
During the action, consular officers at the window of the Istanbul Consulate General in Beyoğlu, Sweden, said: “We do not share the opinion of this idiot who burned the book.” Written paper was hung. (AA)