Turkey PM to propose extending state of emergency

Turkey PM to propose extending state of emergency

Turkey PM to propose extending state of emergency

But shortly after the mega-summit ended, Erdogan, who met Trump at the event, told a news conference that Turkey was no longer a certain candidate and suggested other members of the "G19" also had doubts.

She said it was disappointing to note that as the people of Turkey fought back to defend their democracy, the rest of Europe merely stood by and watched.

As for U.S. position on the extradition of Fetullah Gulen, the FETO leader, Erdogan said.

"The majority of the Turkish people don't want the European Union anymore".

Erdogan said the charges stemmed from intelligence gathered by police.

Asked whether he personally believed that Turkey would be better out of the EU, Erdogan said Turkish people's opinion of the bloc had changed over time.

"We are in a hurry to find a solution here". Turkey is never in favor of Muslim killing Muslim in this region. "We are fed up with this", Erdogan said.

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Erdogan said the claims his country persecuted journalists were lies, despite the fact that hundreds of press passes had been removed in the a year ago.

Members of global media are being hosted in Ankara by Turkey's Directorate General of Press and Information. "If media misuses every kind of freedom in order to destabilize the country... they will have to face justice as well", he said. "I replied that they were not journalists, but spies and provocateurs", added Erdogan. "No-one is jailed because of journalism here", Erdoğan claimed.

Last month, main opposition party deputy Enis Berberoglu, who was a journalist as well, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for leaking secret information for the goal of political or military espionage.

The military coup attempt on July 15 killed over 240 people and wounded a thousand others.

The protesters have issued a series of demands that include restoring parliament's authority, lifting the state of emergency, re-establishing judicial independence and releasing detainees.

In the US, the Washington D.C. metropolitan area subway management did not permit posters condemning the coup attempt to be hung. They'll work together to overthrow a state and then seek refuge as journalist.

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