Istanbul park looks set for demolition after court paves way in Occupy Turkey gerrymandering case
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Occupy Turkey protests, also known as the Gezi Park protests, was a Turkish movement beginning on May 28, 2013 that advocated freedom of the press, freedom of expression, freedom of assembly, and was against the government's encroachment on Turkey's secularism. Also see our general articles on Turkey, Protests or Occupy Wall Street.
Protests have continued as political volatility harms ruling party and helps fractured opposition in Turkey Roundup
Occupy Turkey Roundup: Continuing strong support for Occupy Turkey movement from parts of polarized society amid puzzling government clampdown
Occupy Turkey fight roundup shows country suffocating protest movement in government crackdown
New Turkey repression wave remains in controversy as government continues to fight protesters
With the lessons of the country’s recent past, the government must embrace the growing diversity of opinion and culture that advancing technology inevitably brings and will continue to bring.
Roundup of recent events show a government determined in arrests Occupy Turkey movement members
Much of the political scene is engrossed by new national Occupy Turkey movement as political force
Government wobbling as grievances surface amid Occupy Turkey update schedule for protest movement
The Occupy Wall Street are the beginning of a much broader movement that is taking the entire world by storm: a Discontent of Nations