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Opposition accuses Erdogan of "civilian coup"

Saturday, August 26th, 2017 | World News

Turkish politicians demand more democracy and human rights on a "justice rally". At the start, opposition leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu accused President Erdogan of a "civilian coup".

Kilicdaroglu called for more democracy in his country than ten thousand people. "In Turkey, not only a man is thirsting today, but 80 million after justice," said Kilicdaroglu, head of the largest opposition division CHP in the Canakkale in western Turkey. "We do not want tensions, no disputes, we want to live in peace and quiet in our own country.

He accused the Islamic-conservative government section of the AKP "lawlessness" and accused them of influencing the judiciary. "Thousands of innocent people have been sacrificed, thousands of academics have lost their jobs, prisoners are full of journalists, and we will not forget these facts," said Kilicdaroglu. He described the state of excitement, which had already been extended four times and which still lasted until at least October 19, as a "civil coup".

  More than 700 speakers from various political camps are taking part in the "justice system" organized by the CHP. Over four days, topics such as human rights, environmental protection and religious freedom are debated. The CHP chief and his supporters criticized the policy of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the ACP, especially the measures taken after the coup attempt of 15 July 2016.

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