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Aftermath Of Failed Coup: Turkish Government Repsonds

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This week Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan declared a three-month state of emergency following last weekend’s failed coup. Erdogan has vowed to tackle any “threat to democracy,” in Turkey. 

Worldview discusses how the government is proceeding in the aftermath of the coup with Umut Acar, the Consul General of Turkey in Chicago.

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