'Demirtaş' instruction from Erdogan to the judiciary


ANKARA - AKP's President Tayyip Erdogan once again ordered the judiciary not to release HDP former Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaş.

President of the AKP, Tayip Erdogan, made statements at Esenboğa Airport before his visit to Azerbaijan.
Erdogan revised his "reform" statements this time and instructed the judiciary with the following words: "It is not for me to intervene in the work of the judiciary. We will not be protecting the so called rights of a terrorist like Selahattin Demirtaş. There is no way. I believe our judiciary will not allow such an opportunity to a terrorist like Selahattin Demirtaş. He is the perpetrator of Kobané, Diyarbakır, Yasin Börü. Will we ignore these things? Will our judiciary ignore these things? We can never allow such a terrorist to walk free. They don't have proprietary rights. They have huge accounts to pay to this public. Just like FETÖ. How will that person residing in England pay for it?"