Minister: risk of riot with Turkey

The Dutch criticism of a planned campaign of ministers in Netherlands is worth a diplomatic row if necessary.

That suggested Deputy Prime Minister Louis Asscher Sunday: "ultimately, it's about it that comes to mind for the values of this country."

The Minister stressed that the Cabinet looks at the opportunities for such performances by Turkish ministers ban. They want to campaign for a referendum. The main argument will be that the public order can be disrupted if a Minister of another country "in this way can carry ´ ´ campaign, said Asscher in the television program Buitenhof.

He says it wants to stand up for the freedom of Dutch people with a Turkish background to a private life. The Minister points to past messages by the Turkish Government to Turks abroad on how to behave.