This week, Turkey is commemorating the coup anniversary in a series of events which will culminate late Saturday in parliament, where Erdogan is expected to speak at exactly the moment the building was attacked.
Trump administration officials to move forward on an extradition request against US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, one year after the failed coup attempt the Turkish government has accused Gulen of orchestrating.
"We are loyal to our word", he told the BBC. You have more freedom than me.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened today that his country would not ratify the Paris climate accord, speaking at the end of the G20 summit in Germany.
"We have to celebrate this victory of the people, how they overcame the tanks, and how they stood for their democracy". "Just two actual journalists are in jail right now". Meanwhile, 150,000 teachers, lawmakers, lawyers, academics and journalists lost their jobs and were effectively purged from society in the past year, analysts say.
But one year later, many are disheartened by how things have panned out. "No-one is jailed because of journalism here", Erdoğan claimed.Читайте также: US Cities, States, Businesses Vow To Still Measure Greenhouse Gas Emissions
If this process is taken over by the Swedish prosecutors, this could lead to issuing an arrest warrant with Recep Tayyip Erdogan's name on it.
A 250-mile "justice march" organized by opposition party leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu morphed into an unexpected rallying point for Mr. Erdogan's opponents.
"Now we begin to be called terrorists and Mr Gulen's supporters, and so on and so forth". However, the rebelling servicemen started to surrender July 16 and Turkish authorities said the coup attempt failed.
The government says the crackdown and constitutional changes are necessary to address security threats.
"I want you to know that those you know as being members of the press are mostly people who aided and abetted terror".При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.