Taner Kiliç, the president of Amnesty International Turkey, is again in prison. A court came back on the Wednesday, taken a decision to the human rights activist to remain in freedom to set
Reports that Amnesty Thursday. A court in Istanbul had Wednesday the release, under certain conditions, ordered by Taner Kiliç. But the public prosecutor was immediately appealed against the decision.
Therefore, he was ultimately not released. According to Amnesty International, a new arrest warrant was issued and was Associate of the prison of Izmir to a police station. Thursday, the court decided in Istanbul that his provisional release is revoked, reports Andrew Gardner of Amnesty International on Twitter.
Kiliç sitting since June of 2017 in the cell. He is accused of being a member of the movement of the preacher Fethullah Gulen, who, by the regime in Ankara is regarded as the mastermind behind the failed coup in the summer of 2016.