Our statement on the fourth anniversary of the murder of Tahir Elci, then president of @Diyarbakirbaro
#TahirElçisiz4Yıl #TahirElci | Our statement on the fourth anniversary of the murder of Tahir Elci, then president of @Diyarbakirbaro. @CCBEinfo @ProtectLawyers @AbogaciayDDHH @IBAHRI @BarHumanRights @UIAdefense @DAVbxl @LSHumanRights @CihnAydin pic.twitter.com/hLAxvvrnA5 — The Arrested Lawyers (@ArrestedLawyers) November 28, 2019 See: http://https-arrestedlawyers-org-2019-09-11-report-a-key-evidence-was-spoliated-in-investigation-relating-the-murder-of-tahir-elci-2/
Commissioner for HRs: Turkish Constitutional Court cannot be relied upon to remedy violations resulting from internet blocking
The Commissioner for Human Rights of the COE: as a result of the lack of compliance by lower courts with its case-law, the mismatch between its capacity and the number of blocking decisions routinely taken, and the undue delays it accumulated in dealing with these cases, the Constitutional Court cannot be relied upon to remedy violations resulting from internet blocking at present.
Report on criminal liabilities with regard to torture incident took place in Ankara Police Headquarters between 20 and 31 May 2019.
This report includes a summary of the report published by the Ankara Bar Association as well as domestic and international legal framework concerning torture and a consolidated list of state officials who are suspected to have ordered, facilitated, carried out concealed the torturing of former Turkish diplomats at Ankara Police HQ.
Lawyer Yilmaz Sunar, the member of Istanbul Bar Association, who has been lawyer to German, Norwegian, Swedish and Dutch embassies in Ankara was detained with espionage charge. Mr Sunar is subject to an investigation for his work on behalf of… Read More ›