The Union of Turkish Bar Associations (TBB) filed a lawsuit against the Council of State for the stay of execution and annulment of the circular sent by the Ministry of Interior to the governorship of 81 provinces on May 10, “which determined the ban on music broadcasting at 01.00”.
ANKARA (IGFA) – The application of limiting music broadcast hours was introduced on different dates by the Ministry of Interior within the scope of COVID-19 measures.
Acceptance by the Union of Turkish Bar Associations that the Circular, which does not have objective criteria such as “protection of public health” and “public interest” for the purpose of existence, is unlawful on the date of the publication of the circular subject to the argument, since the implementation of the COVID-19 measures has disappeared. required was recorded.
Within the framework of the relevant legal regulations, the authorized institution for the determination of music hours is the Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change, and the defendant Ministry does not have any responsibility, duty and authority on the subject. “The freedom of science and art, and the protection of art and artists, which are given to individuals as a constitutional right with the public benefit, will be damaged. Therefore, we want the execution and cancellation of the circular that sets the music broadcast ban at 1:00 am.”