The Presidential Daily Brief for July 21, 2016 #Entrepreneur @MondoPlayer [Video]

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Welcome to the next three months. Since a putsch threw the country into turmoil Friday, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has purged 60,000 civil servants, educators, police, judges and generals suspected of being disloyal. The U.N.’s called on Turkey to protect human rights, but Erdogan says...

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Welcome to the next three months. Since a putsch threw the country into turmoil Friday, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has purged 60,000 civil servants, educators, police, judges and generals suspected of being disloyal. The U.N.’s called on Turkey to protect human rights, but Erdogan says the state of emergency is similar to those declared in France and Belgium after recent terrorist attacks. This decree gives Erdogan the power to bypass parliament and the constitutional court when making laws, and to restrict freedom of assembly and of the press.

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