How Erdogan’s anti-democratic government made Turkey ripe for unrest / Yuksel Sezgin

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On Friday, a part of the Turkish military attempted a coup — and it failed, at great cost. More than 100 members of the military are dead, along with approximately 190 police officers and soldiers loyal to the regime. Over 2,400 military personnel were arrested and 2,745 judges were also removed from their posts by the government. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after calling his supporters into the streets to resist the coup, has reestablished control over the state.

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How Erdogan’s anti-democratic government made Turkey ripe for unrest / Yuksel Sezgin

http://ift.tt/eA8V8J
On Friday, a part of the Turkish military attempted a coup — and it failed, at great cost. More than 100 members of the military are dead, along with approximately 190 police officers and soldiers loyal to the regime. Over 2,400 military personnel were arrested and 2,745 judges were also removed from their posts by the government. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after calling his supporters into the streets to resist the coup, has reestablished control over the state.

source: Kurdpress News Aganecy

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How Erdogan’s anti-democratic government made Turkey ripe for unrest / Yuksel Sezgin

http://ift.tt/eA8V8J
On Friday, a part of the Turkish military attempted a coup — and it failed, at great cost. More than 100 members of the military are dead, along with approximately 190 police officers and soldiers loyal to the regime. Over 2,400 military personnel were arrested and 2,745 judges were also removed from their posts by the government. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after calling his supporters into the streets to resist the coup, has reestablished control over the state.

source: Kurdpress News Aganecy

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How Erdogan’s anti-democratic government made Turkey ripe for unrest / Yuksel Sezgin

http://ift.tt/eA8V8J
On Friday, a part of the Turkish military attempted a coup — and it failed, at great cost. More than 100 members of the military are dead, along with approximately 190 police officers and soldiers loyal to the regime. Over 2,400 military personnel were arrested and 2,745 judges were also removed from their posts by the government. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after calling his supporters into the streets to resist the coup, has reestablished control over the state.

source: Kurdpress News Aganecy

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