İlhan Çomak: When in prison, poetry, too, is confined

“I have never self-censored my poetry, neither has my poetry ever been censored; to the contrary, I actually hear that many of the officials here, who are obligated to read my poetry, quite like it.” Ayşen Güven from Speak Up Platform spoke to the poet İlhan Çomak, who has been in prison for 26 years, about the prison conditions during the pandemic, the injustice he experienced, and his poems

7 thousand 127 social media accounts under ministerial surveillance

According to a written statement by İsmail Çataklı, Spokesperson of the Ministry of Interior, 7 thousand 127 accounts posting about the coronavirus have been placed under surveillance, 1058 social media users have been identified, 496 users have been taken into custody. 10 people have been arrested in the scope of the same operation

TMA reports: process is not managed transparently!

In a report on the second month of the coronavirus pandemic in Turkey, The Turkish Medical Association (TMA) underlines that the true impact of the pandemic cannot be assessed as the entire process has not been managed transparently