Le grand enfermement des libertés en Turquie

from Mavi Boncuk by M.A.M

Mavi Boncuk |Le grand enfermement des libertés en Turquie
Le Monde.fr | 05.07.2012 à 10h03 ? Mis à jour le 05.07.2012 à 10h03

Par Hamit Bozarslan, Yves Déloye, Vincent Duclert, etc..

Alors que la Turquie affiche un taux de croissance qui fait rêver le reste du monde, dû à la longévité du gouvernement issu du parti islamo-conservateur AKP ?, l’envers de ce tableau devient alarmant : un pouvoir hégémonique exerce une répression judiciaire toujours accrue sur les universitaires, chercheurs, éditeurs, étudiants et journalistes. Des vagues d’arrestations massives font régner la peur dans tous les milieux démocrates. La justice maintient des mois ou des années les prévenus sur la base d’accusations inexistantes, puis organise comme à Istanbul lundi un immense procès politique (193 accusés) destiné à briser le mouvement kurde civil et ses soutiens intellectuels.

WHY THE PLATFORM FOR SOLIDARITY WITH IMPRISONED JOURNALISTS (TGDP) HAS BEEN FOUNDED AND WHY IT STILL DRAWS FIRE FROM GOVERNMENT

from Tutuklu Gazeteciler by Necati Abay

WHY THE PLATFORM FOR SOLIDARITY WITH IMPRISONED JOURNALISTS (TGDP) HAS BEEN FOUNDED AND WHY IT STILL DRAWS FIRE FROM GOVERNMENT


All eyes turn to Silivri as KCK trial begins today

from Hurriyet Daily News
The trial of 193 defendants including prominent intellectuals as part of Kurdistan Communities Union…

Büşra Ersanlı and the Turkish paradox

from Today’s Zaman, your gateway to Turkish daily news :: Columnists by JOOST LAGENDIJK
Last week an important article on Turkey was published on the website of Foreign Affairs, the most prestigious American magazine on foreign policy.

BDP Protests Lack of Progress on Roboski Massacre

from Bianet :: English
The government?s inability to shed light on the Roboski Massacre six months after the incident reveals the attitude of the incumbent Justice and Development Party (AKP) toward the Kurdish issue, according to Aynur Aşan, the provincial co-chair of the Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) in the southern province of Mersin.

Widow of slain journalist Dink pays Uludere visit

from Hurriyet Daily News
Rakel Dink, the widow of assassinated journalist Hrant Dink, has visited Uludere for a joint project to establish a monument dedicated to people killed in an air raid by the Turkish army.

Released Turkish journalist faces seven more years in jail

from Hurriyet Daily News
An Istanbul prosecutor has demanded journalist Ahmet Şık serve between three.

Students Released from Jail after 30 Months

from Bianet :: English
A specially authorized Istanbul court finally ruled to release college students Baran Nayır and Ali Deniz Kılıç after they remained behind bars for 30 months. Officials had arrested Nayır and Kılıç on terrorism related charges for their participation at a demonstration.

Parents Protest the Conversion of Schools into ?Imam Hatips?

The parents of students from five primary schools in Istanbul met with the city?s governor to express their objection to the conversion of their children?s schools into theological Imam Hatip institutions and petitioned the Education Directorate.

Lawyers Storm out of the Courtroom in Landmark KCK Case

A specially authorized Istanbul court rejected all the defendants? demands in the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) trial during the first hearing of the case on Monday. Eminent publisher Ragıp Zarakolu and academic Büşra Ersanlı are also facing charges as part of the probe.

Thousands Rally for LGBT Pride Parade in Istanbul

The 20th Istanbul Pride Week ended on Monday with thousands of LGBTs (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transsexuals) and their supporters parading through Istiklal Avenue. The parade marked the largest of its kind in the city since its inception a decade ago.

Turkish journalists protest at police raid

from World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk by Roy Greenslade
Turkish journalists staged street protests after security forces raided the offices of the two Istanbul-based news agencies, Güneş and Etkin (ETHA), and the Atılım newspaper.

 

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