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Jurgen Cinetime, who was born in Cilicia, is the president of the Istanbul-based Istanbul Institute of Political Science.
He is the son of a Turkish immigrant and a political science professor at the University of Istanbul.
He said that his father’s political science program has been the most effective institution in the country.
He added that his country has “a lot of corruption.”
Cinetime was speaking on behalf of the Center for Democracy and Human Rights, a nonprofit organization that aims to combat corruption and other violations of human rights.
He called the situation in Turkey “really disturbing” and said the government’s actions have not been in line with the Constitution.
“It’s the worst thing in my opinion that we have been witnessing for a long time,” Cinetimes said.
“We have to take our rights seriously, and we need to have a political dialogue in Turkey.”
Turkey has been a popular target for foreign governments since the U.S. imposed sanctions on Turkey in retaliation for a failed coup attempt in July.
The government has responded by cracking down on its critics and critics of the government.
The country’s economy is expected to contract this year, according to a survey released last week by the Economist Intelligence Unit.