Turkish Ministry of Justice has green-lighted the prosecution of the presidents of Istanbul and Ankara bar associations as well as their board members.
The @ArrestedLawyers Initiative published a factsheet on Turkey’s state of emergency dismissals. It includes the latest statistics on the Inquiry Commission’s work, criteria applied for the dismissals and the definition of the connection and cohesion made by Ankara Regional Appeal Court.
The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights established that Turkey’s anti-terror provision was not foreseeable.
Grand Chamber’s judgment strongly indicates that Turkey’s mass-detentions under the Art. 314 of Penal Code would be condemned by the Court.
Statement on European Union’s new Global Human Rights Sanctions (The Magnitsky Law) and Turkey We, the undersigned organizations, welcome the European Union’s new Global Human Rights Sanctions (The Magnitsky Law) regime which will enable the EU to address serious human… Read More ›
Report: Lawyers Without Licence Tahir Elçi Human Rights Foundation published a report named Lawyers without Licence on the Turkish Ministry of Justice’s relatively new policy against those perceived as the member of the opposition groups. The report written by Adv…. Read More ›