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US News: ECHR: Ankara Sentenced for the arbitrary detention of 427 magistrates after the 2016 Putsch of 2016

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Après le putsch manqué de juillet 2016, les autorités turques avaient lancé des purges importantes contre les partisans présumés de Fethullah Gülen, bête noire du président turc Recep Tayyip Erdogan (notre photo). © Ozan Kose AFP / file After the mature Putsch of July 2016, the Turkish authorities had launched major purges against the presumed supporters of Fethullah Gülen , Black Beast of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (our photo).

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) sentenced Turkey for "arbitrary" Turkey of 427 Turkish detention after the mismatch of July 2016.

unanimously, The European Judges considered that Ankara had violated the "right to liberty", guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights, placing in pre-trial detention 427 magistrates. These judges and prosecutors who exercised in many jurisdictions, including the Court of Cassation and the Supreme Administrative Court, had been arrested and placed in detention for "suspicion of belonging to the FETO", details the ECHR in a statement. In the terminology of the Turkish authorities, Feto is the acronym that refers to the "terrorist organization of Fethullah partisans" Gülen, accused of hooking the attempt at Putsch.

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Purges

The Court sentenced Ankara to pay 5,000 euros to each magistrates for moral damage. After the lacquered putsch of July 15, 2016, the Turkish authorities had launched purges of an unprecedented magnitude against the presumed supporters of Fethullah Gülen, the Black Beast of Turkish Recep Tayyip Erdogan, but also against Kurdish opponents, military. intellectuals or journalists, stopping tens of thousands of people.

Turkey condemned several times

on this occasion, a decree resulted in the revocation of 2,847 magistrates, suspected of belonging to FETO, the Turkish power estimating this "incompatible with the principle of impartiality", recalls the ECHR. Turkey has been condemned several times in recent months by the ECHR for human rights violations, particularly on the occasion of these purges. The ECHR, headquartered in Strasbourg, is the body responsible for providing a judicial response to violations of the European Convention on Human Rights, ratified by the 47 Council of Europe member states.

(with AFP)

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