In Turkey, Critics of Erdogan’s Government Claim Familiar Pattern of Reprisal
By Piotr Zalewski / Istanbul @p_zalewskiJuly 30, 201334 Comments
The fallout from the June protests in Turkey is settling into a growing pattern of reprisal against those dissenting against Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, critics of his government say. But that pattern may be backfiring, as it is fueling further discontent among Erdogan’s opponents and bolstering their ranks with some of his former supporters.
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