UNITED NATIONS (AN) — International organizations welcomed the end of Turkey's two-year state of emergency rule and called on its government to uphold basic human rights and legal standards.
The state of emergency, introduced after the failed military coup attempt in 2016, ended on July 19, offering what international organizations such as the United Nations, Council of Europe and International Commission of Jurists saw as an opportunity to return to norms on human rights and law.
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