New Political Coup By Army Generals Against Erdogan.
April 6, 2021 - Written by qoriadmin


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Ankara – (QN24) – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan On Monday Accused Dozens Of Former Naval Commanders Of Plotting A “Political Coup” By Attacking Plans To Build A Waterway Between The Black Sea And The Mediterranean.

Police Have Arrested 10 Naval Commanders And Ordered Four Others To Surrender After Publishing An Open Letter Criticizing The Construction Of The Istanbul Canal.

Turkey’s post-Ottoman History Was Marred by Military Coups That Saw Themselves As The Last To Secure A Secular System In The Muslim Country.

President Erdogan was outraged by a letter published over the Weekend by 104 admirals from the former Navy, urging him to abide by the Montreux Convention of 1936.

The law prohibits the establishment of a military zone in the Black Sea, and sets strict rules governing ships traveling in the Bosphorus and Dardanelles.

But Erdogan’s plans to build a new 45-kilometer shipping lane west of the Bosphorus open the question of whether the Montreux Convention Act will apply to the new canal.

The commanders of the letter said the 1936 Law “best Protects Turkey’s Interests.”

Erdogan said on Monday that “the duty of retired admirers – of whom 104 Are Present – is not to publish a resolution calling for A Political Coup.”

“A Country With A History Of Coups, Another Coup Attempt By Retired Admirals Is Unacceptable,” Erdogan Said After A Meeting With His Aides.

The Plaintiff in Ankara has accused the Former Rulers’ Use of Force and Violence in Order To Eliminate the Constitutional Order. ”

The Allegations have previously been used against Officers Arrested in the wake of A Failed Coup attempt in July 2016.

The Istanbul Canal is seen as a threat to Russia because it Provides A Shield For NATO, of which Turkey is A Part, and access to the Black Sea in Russia.

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