Turkey briefly detains opposition İYİ Party leader's adviser over 2015 column
Opposition Good (İYİ) Party leader Meral Akşener's press adviser Murat İde was briefly detained on Oct. 8 for a column he wrote in 2015. The adviser slammed the detention, implying that the government was controlling the law enforcement, as well as the judiciary.
Opposition Good (İYİ) Party leader Meral Akşener's press adviser Murat İde was detained on Oct. 8 for a column he wrote in 2015, getting released later in the day.
"A column from 2015. A lawsuit from 2018. A DETENTION from my hotel in Giresun, where I traveled for a program with the Chairwoman," İde tweeted at 1.43 a.m. on Oct. 8.
The press adviser implied that the law enforcement and judiciary were under the influence of the government.
2015'teki bir yazı.— Murat ide (@Murat_ide) October 7, 2020
2018'de açılmış dava.
Ve Genel Başkan'ın programı için geldiğim Giresun'da, otelden GÖZALTI.
Yer belli, yurt belli, ekrandan-gazeteden göz önündesiniz, ama ARANIYORSUNUZ..
Polis de bizim, savcı da:)
Ama hakikaten ayıp oluyor.
"You're all over screens and newspapers, but there's a search warrant out in your name. No problem! The police is ours, and so is the prosecutor :)" the press adviser tweeted from the viewpoint of the government.
"Jokes aside, this is inappropriate," İde added.
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