Steinmeier urges Turkish govt to maintain rule of law and a sense of proportionality in response to coup attempt
 Tbilisi 13:48 - 21.07.16 «GHN»
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German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier responded to the president's speech by urging the Turkish government to maintain both the rule of law and a sense of proportionality in its response to the coup attempt. "Only provable involvement in illegal acts, not suspected political leanings, should trigger governmental action," Mr Steinmeier said.


"It's also critical that the declaration of emergency be the truly necessary length of time, and to end the measure as quickly as possible."

For your notice, Turkey's president has declared a state of emergency for three months following Friday night's failed army coup.

The emergency allows the president and cabinet to bypass parliament when drafting new laws and to restrict or suspend rights and freedoms.



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