Turkish Nightclub Apologizes for Coup Anniversary 'Democracy Party'

15 July, 2017, 00:10 | Author: Gregory Stephens
  • Recep Tayyip Sweden

Turkey dismissed more than 7,000 police, civil servants and academics on Friday, the eve of the anniversary of last year's attempted coup.

Turkey's justice ministry said on Friday that the European Court of Human Rights had rejected half of the almost 25,000 appeals submitted by Turkish citizens affected by the purge following last year's failed coup.

In March the UN Human Rights Office published a report containing allegations of mass destruction, killings and human rights violations taking place in the south-east of Turkey between July 2015 and December 2016.

However, Serdar Klç also expressed frustration with the slow pace of those proceedings, and suggested the U.S. administration could take further steps outside the extradition process to censure Gulen.

"A number of Western states preferred to remain silent during the coupe attempt, some are still silent".

The Turkish President said country was 'able to stand on its own two feet'.

Speaking at an event organized for foreign capital investors in Ankara, Erdogan said: "Although we apply it on a very limited field, it is possible to lift the state of emergency in the future, which is not very far".

Attempts to abandon Turkey in its fight against FETO and other terrorist organizations "are biased, politically motivated and can not impinge upon our motivation to pursue the golden goals of freedom, democracy and the rule of law", Celik said.

In the aftermath, the government imposed a nationwide state of emergency and arrested tens of thousands of alleged Gulen supporters, known as Gulenists. When we came to power, we canceled the state of emergency within a month.

Ankara has effectively ostracized Germany and other European Union member states, which decry the developments over the past year as reason enough to halt talks on its decades-old application to join the 28-member bloc. Did it give result? We will put an end to this scourge of terrorism at the end.

We see the USA does not allow July 15 posters displayed on subways. "When 83 deputies from HDP were elected, the Kurds were called to streets, and it was the Kurds themselves who killed and were killed".



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