Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chair of the Democratic National Committee, speaking to delegates of the party's convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, Sept. Tim Kaine's acceptance speech to run as Clinton's second-in-command. "The national audience has no clue who [Wasserman Schultz] is, and she's resigning".
MPs' offices can only be entered without their consent by police who obtain a search warrant. McGinn said he had been told by fellow whips that after Corbyn had been angered by an interview McGinn gave, Corbyn had proposed telephoning McGinn's father, who is a Sinn Fein councillor, to seek his intervention.
The rapid pace of arrests since the coup attempt has anxious many of Turkey's Western allies, who say they see the country going down an increasingly authoritarian road. Authorities detained Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen after he was accused of starting and facilitating the military coup attempt. " Come here and see how serious this is", EU Minister Omer Celik said at a foreign media briefing.
Police also detained Kerime Kurmas - reportedly Turkey's only female fighter pilot - accusing her of being one of the rebel air force officers who flew thundering F-16 jets low over the roofs of Istanbul on the coup night. On the other hand, the political commentator noted, the United States has a "vast intelligence agency and that it should not have known the coup was coming is very disturbing in and of itself", adding that Russian authorities had reportedly tipped off Ankara about an ...
The officials described Hanci as a right-hand man of Gulen and responsible for transferring funds to him. His critics fear he is using the aborted coup to wage an indiscriminate crackdown on dissent. Parliament must still approve the decree but requires only a simple majority, which the ruling AK Party founded by Erdogan and in power in Turkey since 2002 commands.
Erdogan blamed Fethullah Gulen, a reclusive cleric based in the United States, for the botched attempt and said those behind the coup would pay a heavy price. Turkey pushed on with a sweeping crackdown against suspected plotters of its failed coup Saturday, July 23, defiantly telling European Union critics it had no choice but to root out hidden enemies.