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Turkish Government dismissed 3939 more public servants and closed the doors to any judicial process

Turkish Government issued two new state of emergency decrees, 3939 more public servants are sacked, 484 of them are academics. Also Turkish Government closed the doors to any judicial process.

In the Decree Law No. 690, an important arrangement was made for those who resort to judicial proceedings against the issuance decisions published so far.

Accordingly, about the cases opened up to now,

1- It will be decided that there is no room for judiciary to make a decision.

2- The costs incurred will be left to the plaintiff.

3- The courtesy fee will not be awarded

6- These files will be transferred to the State of Emergency Commission (Editor’s note: Presently there is not any commission) by the courts, regardless of a new application condition.

NEW ORDERED PROVISIONS

ARTICLE 56 – The following clauses have been added to the third paragraph of the provisional Article 1 of the Decree Law no. 685.

“The files shall be decided on a case-by-case basis so that there is no place for judicial decision on these files and the costs incurred by the parties for any judicial process shall be left on them, the fee shall not be awarded and these files shall be forwarded to the Commission without a new application condition.”

ARTICLE 57 – The following provisional article has been added to Decree No. 685.

Applications to be referred to the Commission

PROVISIONAL ARTICLE 2 – The applications made before the date on which the decisions of the Decree of the Law entered into force within the scope of the Decree in this Law shall be passed to the Commission to be processed by the relevant institutions, in case they comply with the conditions in the 7th clause.

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