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Coup d'état in Turkey was declaration of war on democracy

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Vice Chairperson of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iranian Parliament said about Coup d'état in Turkey: it was declaration of war on democracy and Tehran administrative strongly condemns it.
Saturday, July 16, 2016 1:04:46 PM
Coup d'état in Turkey was declaration of war on democracy

Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency – "Coup d'état was a way to reach to political targets in 1980s and 1990s and now no longer is applicable due to the ravages belong to the times are not existing" said Kamal Dehqani FiroozAbadi.

Vice Chairperson of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Iranian Parliament declared: Political calm and security establishment was an axis resulting to formation of democratic cycle of power in Ankara.

On 15 July 2016, a coup d'état attempt took place in Turkey. The event was allegedly orchestrated by a faction within the Turkish Armed Forces but ultimately failed.

The attempt caused damage to property and injuries to several persons. In Ankara, for example, the Turkish Parliament and the Presidential Palace were bombed. While in Istanbul, the Doğan News Agency reported that several persons were injured after soldiers fired on a group of people that were attempting to cross the Bosphorus Bridge in protest of the attempt. Shots were also heard near major airports in the aforementioned cities.

The event was condemned by Turkey's main opposition parties and caused concern within the international community. Erdoğan, for example, called on people to take to the streets against the coup. Such a thing eventually happened, as crowds gathered in the main squares of Istanbul and Ankara to oppose the attempt, despite a curfew imposed by the perpetrators.

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