Let's see what state news says about the justice march? Oh, it says Erdoğan is having a busy day… pic.twitter.com/hN7817zS7D
— Ankaralı Jan (@06JAnk) July 9, 2017
Hayatımda zulme karşı Gezi'den daha barışçı bir kitlesel eylem göremeyeceğimi sanıyordum. pic.twitter.com/4BrPXcVgrl
— Cem Say (@say_cem) July 7, 2017
— Ozan Vural (@ozanvural_) July 9, 2017
Under Turkey’s increasingly illiberal president the country is becoming deeply polarisedThis week is the first anniversary of the failed coup against Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, a coup he has used since to further alienate his opponents. Most recently, on 16 April, he won a referendum to become head of state and head of government simultaneously, emerging as the most unassailable Turkish politician since Mustafa Kemal Atatürk established the secular republic in 1923.