Governorship of Ankara, the Turkey's capital city, has banned all demonstrations, protests and other similar activities in public places in Ankara for 30 days due to information related to terrorism.
The governorship has stated;
"According to the information our Governorship has received, we have detected that illegal terrorist organizations were in search of terrorist actions and made preparations for that purpose. It is estimated that they want to take action especially in meetings, demonstrations and similar activities held in open and close places where people gather in masses".
The governorship has announced that all demonstrations, presentations, plays and other shows, press statements and opening stands were banned in all public spaces in Ankara for 30 days in accordance with Article 11 of the State of Emergency Law No. 2935. (NV/DG)
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