The leader of Ankara, he referred to philanthropist Osman Kavala , an entrepreneur considered to be, above all, abroad person of great value and defender of the culture, but Tuesday was immediately brought back in jail after being acquitted “of all charges”, like the other 15 defendants, according to the judgment of a court of Istanbul. Another court has decided to immediately re-arrest. Kavala, which is, in prison for 28 months, he has collaborated for years with the foundation Open Society of George Soros , before the organization was banned by Turkey.
The verdict on another case thorny, one of 11 human rights activists, including leaders and managers of the local section of Amnesty International, was yesterday postponed to April 3. Would have had to decide the release of the leaders, all accused of “terrorism”, also in the cell for more than two and a half years. The judgment also involves the former president Taner Kilic and the former director Idil Eser. The director of Amnesty in Europe, Marie Struthers, commented: "The painful story of these activists explains well how the Turkey has become a Country where defending the freedom of all, could lead to a high price to pay for themselves.”
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