Published: Sat, July 15, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Turkey dismisses thousands more on eve of coup anniversary

Turkey dismisses thousands more on eve of coup anniversary

And now we are told to lift the emergency state.

He said the declaration of emergency rule on the heels of the coup bid was the first step towards defeating FETO's complex network.

The Turkish government has taken the western media to task for its alleged failure to accurately portray the events behind the bloody attempted coup which took place on July 15 a year ago.

Carl Schlyter, one of the lawmakers who filed the complaint, said he hoped his counterparts in other European countries would follow suit.

"The authorities have used their fight against "terrorism" as grounds for an unprecedented purge", the RSF report said.

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. We went to the G20 summit and wanted to meet our citizens in hall meetings. What happened to freedom?

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"But if you ask my personal opinion", he added, "it's not moving as fast as the Turkish public opinion would like it to move".

He said western countries were not even allowing Turkish ministers to speak to their people. "They are afraid because they do not trust their thoughts".

Avci's earlier film "The Chief" was released in March ahead of an April referendum on boosting the president's powers.

Mr. Erdogan's critics say the president didn't win fairly. "It was nothing less than an attempt at occupation", she said, slamming the move, spearheaded by the Fethullah Gulen Terrorist Organisation (Feto). The opposition holds rallies, the state protects them.

Last month, main opposition party deputy Enis Berberoglu, who was a journalist as well, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for leaking secret information for the objective of political or military espionage.

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