Erdogan's Turkey and the Objective Rule of Law
Edward A. Turzanski
A 16th-century English proverb holds that "turnabout is fair play." That may be true for election campaigns, sporting contests, business disputes, even war. But it should have no place in the objective rule of law. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's five-year-long campaign of investigation and imprisonment of alleged coup plotters is a case in point.
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