Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Murders in Turkey protests escalate.

Murders in Turkey protests escalate.


22-year-old man was killed in protests in Turkey last night, reported Turkish private NTV television.
There is no doubt that this was a political assassination.
The victim was a member of the Republican People's Party was founded in 1923 by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, now the main opposition party in Turkey.
Suffer from the effects of tear gas are residents of the areas of demonstrations in Istanbul, says NTV. In places where the effects of the gas is harder sent ambulances.
Yesterday twenties young man was killed by a taxi crashed into a group of demonstrators in Istanbul.
Turkish police again used tear gas to disperse crowds of protesters who pelted police with stones in Ankara and Istanbul in the fifth day of violent protests against the government.
3195 people were injured during the unrest in the past two days in Turkey, told CNN television, citing medical services.
According to the television 26 of the injured are in serious condition. After the protester was hit by a car, rip into the crowd and later died last night it became clear that there is another victim. Ankara. 22-year-old man has died in hospital after being shot during anti-government protests in Turkey, AFP reported, citing a local television station. "Abdullah Comet was seriously injured after shooting firearms produced by an unidentified person," said local television NTV, quoting a statement of the administration of the governor in the province of Hatay.
"New York Times" wrote: authoritarian turn of Turkey, "Erdogan's attempt to establish Islamic morality shown by the position of his government on abortion, which until recently did not cause any theological or political controversy. Islam and Judaism, prioritises life and health of the mother over that of the fetus, but Erdogan taking the page from the American Christian right, has introduced legislation to limit the possibilities for abortion by Turkish national system of health insurance. creating and measures that would harm the poor more than wealthy women, led by nationalist calls to increase the population of the great Turkish nation by the recommendation that all women have at least three children.
This moral micromanagement of people's private lives is happening against the backdrop of increasingly sharp attacks by the government on political and civil liberties. The history of Turkey in connection with journalistic and creative freedoms is unenviable, rights of association and protest is also more limited. "

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