The Anti-Occupation Cyclamen Movement expresses its full support to the journalists in the occupied Şener Levent and Ayşemden Akın, which calls on the Government to issue a condemnation notice and to inform the embassies of foreign countries in Cyprus, of the and an attempt to silence these journalists.
In a statement issued today, on the occasion of προσαener Levent being brought to “court” on December 23rd, as well as the recent prosecution of Ayşemden Akın by the Ankara Public Prosecutor's Office, the Anti-Occupation Movement Cyclamen considers that to note that “the least he has to do is issue a conviction, inform the embassies of foreign countries in Cyprus about the attempt to grossly violate the right to freedom of speech and silence and try to guide our embassies abroad to make a relevant dispute / information on how Islamo-fascist Turkey acts “.
He added that practical ways to protect the two journalists should be considered in the event of an attempt to transfer them to Turkey, so that they could be tried there, facing long prison sentences.
He expressed the hope that MEPs would once again take action in favor of Ayşemden Ak στηνn in the European Parliament and in the European parties to which everyone belongs, adding that “this time too there will be support from organizations and parties, such as the Bar Association and especially the Union of Authors “.
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