ANKARA, Turkey —
The heads of several Turkish attorneys’ associations on Monday started a sit-in demonstration after police blocked the community from marching to the capital, Ankara.
The heads of Bar Associations from loads of cities launched into a march to Ankara final week of their robes to inform government plans to amend regulations regulating attorneys and their associations, along with the procedure in which they elect the association’s regional chairs.
The attorneys bid the adjustments are geared against reducing the clout of the associations, loads of which shall be outspoken critics of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government.
Police blocked the community at a foremost freeway main into town, snappily sparking scuffles between the attorneys and officers.
The attorneys — who had aimed to prevail within the mausoleum of the Turkish Republic’s founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk — then started a sit-in inform, HaberTurk records channel reported. Ankara-based totally totally attorneys who arrived to greet the arriving community also joined the inform.