Venice Commission: Turkey’s authorities “went too far” after failed July coup

A new Venice Commission report states that Turkey “went too far” in their response to the failed July coup attempt.

The report, from the Council of Europe’s consitutional experts, acknowledges that Turkey did have “good reasons” to declare a state of emergency but confirms that the measures taken by the government went beyond what is permitted by the Turkish Constitution and by international law.

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