Editor-in-chief of the pro-government Yeni Şafak daily İbrahim Karagül wrote on his column on Wednesday that ongoing protests for YSK’s (Supreme Board of Election) rulings on Sunday’s referendum will be perceived as same as July 15 coup attempt.
He wrote “Those used as apparatuses to carry out operations under the label of dissidents will face harsh times. No country will tolerate these apparatus any more. Those trying to terrorize the streets against the “Yes” vote would do well to be aware of this reality. Soros-backed colored revolutions and street terrorisms like Gezi protests will be perceived as foreign intervention. Attack attempts carried out right after the referendum by EU countries through CHP is not secret to us. It should be kept in mind that these kinds of attempts will be perceived as July 15 coup attempts in the sense that these provocations have nothing to do with the Turkey’s domestic politics.”