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The effect of the referendum in Turkey: urged by Gülen followers, Germany to impose sanctions on Ankara

Relations between Germany and Turkey are going down to the depths of hell amid accusations against Germany of "fascist actions" and harboring followers of Fethullah Gülen, a preacher who hides from Turkish justice in the United States. For its part, Turkey is behindhand in respecting human rights, as well as in being diplomatic. It seems that the constitutional referendum in April, which rather stands for legitimizing authoritarianism of Erdogan, becomes the final nail in the coffin of German patience. 
 
The Gülen followers also spur Germany into decisive action being oppressed by Turkey. In his letter to the head of German Chancellery Peter Altmaier, Executive Director of Alliance for Shared Values Dr. Yuksel Alp Aslandogan, a renowned follower of Fethullah Gülen, states that Turkey is tuning into a one-man rule country and reminds Germany of her promise to support anti-Turkey sanctions by the EU. 
 
 
 
Indeed, Turkey's behavior in regard to European neighbors has been offensive and provocative lately. That is why glaring violation of democratic standards resulting from the staged referendum that expands the powers of Turkish president will easily let Berlin make anti-Turkey sanctions become all-European.

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The effect of the referendum in Turkey: urged by Gülen followers, Germany to impose sanctions on Ankara

Relations between Germany and Turkey are going down to the depths of hell amid accusations against Germany of "fascist actions" and harboring followers of Fethullah Gülen, a preacher who hides from Turkish justice in the United States. For its part, Turkey is behindhand in respecting human rights, as well as in being diplomatic. It seems that the constitutional referendum in April, which rather stands for legitimizing authoritarianism of Erdogan, becomes the final nail in the coffin of German patience. 
 
The Gülen followers also spur Germany into decisive action being oppressed by Turkey. In his letter to the head of German Chancellery Peter Altmaier, Executive Director of Alliance for Shared Values Dr. Yuksel Alp Aslandogan, a renowned follower of Fethullah Gülen, states that Turkey is tuning into a one-man rule country and reminds Germany of her promise to support anti-Turkey sanctions by the EU. 
 
 
 
Indeed, Turkey's behavior in regard to European neighbors has been offensive and provocative lately. That is why glaring violation of democratic standards resulting from the staged referendum that expands the powers of Turkish president will easily let Berlin make anti-Turkey sanctions become all-European.
Berlin is in a difficult situation . Erdogan stops the refugees . If he does not , then is Germany and Sweden the preferred destination of the refugees . But Erdogan, however much he insulted Germany, holds the refugees . He needs the money . Sanctions would take him money, and and he would let  the refugees to Europe . We would hurt us more than him . Sanctions are not necessary at all . Erdogan's hunt for anyone who is even suspicious of being a Gylan follower is a hunt from the intelligence . This will cause serious damage to the economy of Turkey . The tourists stay away anyway , without sanktions .
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Quels sont les liens entre la Turquie et la Chine ?
je pose cette question, car à la tête d'InterPol (inter-police Europe) a été placé un Chinois, ancien (ou toujours) chef des services secrets chinois qui est soupçonné de traquer les dissidents ou opposants.

en français : < http://www.lyoncapitale.fr/Journal/Lyon/Actualite/Actualites/Dirige-par-une-dictature-Interpol-peut-devenir-dangereux >

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introduction : Eighty people gathered on Wednesday for "the most dangerous of Chinese dissidents," Wei Jingsheng. During a conference organized by Lyon Capital at ISCPA in Lyon, the "father of the Chinese democratic movement" expressed his concerns about the election of Meng Hongwei, head of the Chinese secret police, 'Interpol.

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conclusion : Benjamin Ismail then called on the international community to "demand from Interpol guarantees against any instrumentalization of the agency and to ask it to review its procedures concerning the issue of red notices so that they are not used against those who wish To inform about the catastrophic human rights situation in China. " For Wei Jingsheng, "when one touches the human rights of the Chinese, one touches the human rights of all the world."
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