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174 Acquittements parmi les universitaires signataires de la « pétition de la paix “PÉTITION DE LA PAIX”

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Turkey’s New Foreign Policy: Ankara’s Ambitions, Regional Responses, and Implications for the United States – Nicholas Danforth & Aaron Stein / FOREIGN POLICY RESEARCH...

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Turkish prosecutor seeks up to 25 years in jail for Boğaziçi students over protest of appointed rector – DUVAR english

"In their final sentencing opinion (“mütalaa”), a Turkish prosecutor has demanded up to 25 years in prison for 14 Boğaziçi University students who staged...

Sending tanks not element for solution in Ukraine-Russia war: Erdoğan – HURRIYET DAILY NEWS

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La cour Constitutionnelle de Turquie avait décidé, le 26 juillet dernier, de l’inconstitutionnalité de l’accusation de propagande terroriste qui pesait sur les universitaires signataires de la pétition « Nous ne serons pas complices de ces crimes ». Signée par plus de 2000 universitaires cette pétition avait soulevé une vague de répression et causé des centaines de licenciements, des expulsions à vie de la fonction publique, des emprisonnements, des interdictions de quitter le territoire turc. A la suite de cette récente décision de la Cour constitutionnelle les acquittements se multiplient pour atteindre le 17 septembre le chiffre de 174. Les chroniqueurs considèrent néanmoins qu’il est trop tôt pour considérer que ces mesures annoncent un desserrement de l’étau autoritaire et arbitraire qui ceint la vie civile en Turquie

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