Turkey’s new public order law prompts fist fights
Daniel Dombey in Istanbul
Parliamentary disagreement: members of the Republican People’s party (left) and ruling the AK party lawmakers scuffle during a debate on legislation to boost police powers
As Turkey’s parliament prepares to break ahead of June elections, one piece of legislation is dominating the agenda: a bill the government says is vital for public security but which the opposition says could usher in a police state.
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