Sunday 29 March 2015
Government of Turkey, on many occasions Anonymous and RedHack have asked that you change your attitude towards leadership and serve our country rather than control it that you maintain the rights and freedoms of the citizens.
We demand that the Government of Turkey,
put an immediate end to censorship,
put an immediate end to corruption,
and stop the use of force and violence against peaceful demonstrators.
Turkey’s rise in the index must be put in context. It was due above all to the conditional release in 2014 of around 40 imprisoned journalists who nonetheless continue to face prosecution and could be detained again at any time. Turkey’s “underlying situation” score – covering such areas as cyber-censorship, lawsuits, dismissals of critical journalists and gag orders – actually worsened, showing that freedom of information continues to decline.
Rocked by major corruption allegations, the government has done everything possible to rein in the influence of its new Public Enemy No. 1, the Gülen Movement, to the increasing detriment of the rule of law.
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