Protest, Demonstration Ban in Antep for 1 Month

Protest, Demonstration Ban in Antep for 1 Month

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Antep Governorship has announced that it banned events including petitions, hanging banners, and press statements to be held outdoors during February.

On official website, the governorship stated that the decision was based upon State of Emergency and taken in order to “keep general security and public order safe”.

The campaigns for constitutional amendment referendum to be held in April took start throughout Turkey. (YY/TK)

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