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332,000 people have been detained as part of Erdoğan’s witch hunt since 2016

Nordic Monitor: 'According to the official figures, only 0.46 percent of people who were detained were convicted of involvement in the coup attempt. Some 20,000 people affiliated with the movement are still in prison. Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu announced that 332,884 people were detained between July 15, 2016 and June 20, 2022 during a panel discussion last week prior to the anniversary of the coup attempt. This means that 154 people a day were taken into custody by the police or gendarmerie. Again, as Soylu put it, 101,000 people were arrested, and judicial supervision was ordered for 104,000 people.'


So long as Erdogan is in power, Turkey is a terror-state that doesn't belong in NATO.

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