Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has filed a lawsuit against the French analyst Philippe Moreau Defarge, who publicly talked about the assassination attempt on the Turkish leader. On Monday, April 24, according to Anadolu.
It is noted that the lawyer of the head of state Hüseyin aydın require to initiate proceedings on charges of “incitement to assassinate the President.”
According to the Agency, the basis for the claim was that Defarge said on the French TV channel BFM Business. Discussing the results of the referendum on amendments to the Constitution, he, in particular, stated that “legitimate ways to revise the outcome of the plebiscite is over.” “Remains or civil war, or the murder of Erdogan”, — concluded the analyst.
16 April, Turkey held a referendum to amend the Constitution and expand presidential powers. According to preliminary results, the adoption of the amendments voted 51.4% of citizens.