Erdogan to consider reinstating death penalty
 Tbilisi 12:49 - 18.07.16 «GHN»
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Mr Erdogan told a crowd (government supporting rally ) that Turkey would consider reinstating the death penalty. He said: "In democracies, decisions are made based on what the people say. I think our government will speak with the opposition and come to a decision, -BBC informs.

"We cannot delay this anymore because in this country, those who launch a coup will have to pay the price for it."


Capital punishment was abolished in 2004 as part of Turkey's bid to join the European Union. Nobody has been executed in the country since 1984.

To be noted, among the latest arrests to be reported was the commander of Incirlik air base in the south used by US-led coalition jets for raids against the so-called Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. Unnamed officials said Gen Bekir Ercan Van and 10 other soldiers had been detained for their role in the coup.



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