The numbers of the great purge within the Turkish judiciary, that began on the morning of 16 July 2016 with the arrest  of 2745 judges and prosecutors on the charge of coup attempt and terrorism was shared by the...
15 July coup attempt in Turkey gave a golden opportunity to Erdogan, he publicly expressed it is “gift to him from God”. On July 16, the day after the attempted coup, the High Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HCJP)...
15 July coup attempt in Turkey gave a golden opportunity to Erdogan, he publicly expressed it is “gift to him from God”. On July 16, the day after the attempted coup, the High Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HCJP)...
  July 2018 ICJ's report outlines how state of emergency measures including mass dismissal of judges, arbitrary arrests and prosecutions of lawyers and human rights defenders eroded justice institutions and mechanisms. To whole report: wee.icj.org
In Turkey, where the independence of the judiciary's completely disappeared in the past two years, almost 4500 judges and prosecutors were dismissed from the post of judge, thousands were arrested and some were exiled. The detained judges and prosecutors've been...
  ... "A chilling climate of fear" is sweeping across Turkish society as the Turkish government continues to use the state of emergency to shrink the space for dissenting or alternative views. This briefing focuses in particular on the ways in which...
17 April 2018 Since the introduction of the state of emergency, over 150 000 people were taken into custody, 78 000 were arrested and over 110 000 civil servants were dismissed whilst, according to the authorities, some 40 000 were...
Dismissed and arrested judge Muhammed Zeki Temel was sentenced 6 years 10 months 15 days in jail by Adana 2nd Assize Court for being member of armed terrorist organisation on 27 March 2018. Source: memurlar.net
  GENEVA (20 March 2018) – Routine extensions of the state of emergency in Turkey have led to profound human rights violations against hundreds of thousands of people – from arbitrary deprivation of the right to work and to freedom...
GENEVA (20 March 2018) – Routine extensions of the state of emergency in Turkey have led to profound human rights violations against hundreds of thousands of people – from arbitrary deprivation of the right to work and to freedom...

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