Erdogan declared state of emergency in Turkey

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced a 3-month state of emergency because of the coup that happened at the end of last week.

He also said that the country’s citizens should not have a slightest doubt in respect of democracy, the rule of law, fundamental rights, and freedoms.

“The state of emergency will protect these values,” ​​President Erdogan said in Ankara.

He also warned other countries from interfering in Turkey‘s internal affairs, adding that “this nation has the right to determine their own destiny.”