International Coalition: Turkey is largest country violated freedom of thought and expression

 The International Coalition for the Defense of Rights and Freedoms confirmed that the Turkish regime of Erdogan had committed horrific violations against human rights and said: "Erdogan considers responsible for the violation of rights in Turkey."

The head of the International Alliance for the Defense of Rights and Freedoms, Mohammed al-Shami, said that the Turkish regime committed horrific and frightening violations against human rights. And he revealed that Turkey ranks second in the world in terms of the number of political detainees. He said: "There is within the prisons are now more than 500 thousand political prisoners.

"The Turkish regime has committed horrific violations against human rights," he said, noting that Turkey, according to the description of the European Court is the largest state violated the freedom of thought and expression in a shocking and frightening and systematic.

Mohammad al-Shami pointed out that the European Court's descriptions of violations of Turkey came on the margin of its 41st session held at the United Nations Office at Geneva on July 12, and said: "Erdogan considers responsible for the violation of rights in Turkey."

Mohammad al-Shami stressed the need to monitor Turkish violations of human rights and the need to hold the ruling authority accountable.

The International Coalition for the Defense of Rights and Freedoms (AIDL) is an independent, independent international non-governmental organization (NGO), based in Paris, France.

The coalition is composed of organizations, activists and volunteers. It works to monitor the rights and freedoms in the world and to work to strengthen them and prosecute those who violate them. It also seeks to expose, prosecute, perpetrators of violations, war crimes and crimes against humanity.

(T/S)

ANHA 


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