An open letter to President Erdoğan from 38 Nobel laureates
Until Turkey frees detained writers and returns to the rule of law, it cannot claim to be a member of the free world
JM Coetzee, Kazuo Ishiguro, Svetlana Alexievich and others
Wed 28 Feb 2018 14.03 GMT Last modified on Wed 28 Feb 2018 14.31 GMT
Ahmet Altan and his brother Mehmet. ‘These writers had spent their careers opposing coups and militarism of any sort, and yet were charged with aiding an armed terrorist organisation and staging a coup.’ Photograph: web
Dear President Erdoğan,
We wish to draw your attention to the damage being done to the Republic of Turkey, to its reputation and the dignity and wellbeing of its citizens, through what leading authorities on freedom of expression deem to be the unlawful detention and wrongful conviction of writers and thinkers.
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