Today, Ethem Sarisuluk, who get injured by police at the protests in Ankara at first of June, lost his life.
In Istanbul, Taksim was peaceful day and night time. In Ankara, passive protests took place in day time.
After 9 PM, most of the crowd gathered in Kennedy Street, also many protesters chanted slogans against pollice violence around dead Protestor Ethem Sarisuluk's home, Batikent. Consequently, reactions of police by water canons and tear gases took place.
Prime Minister Erdogan reacted the resolutions of European Parliament, also pointed the relation in between Gezi Park protests with Esed regime and Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu.
Today, Ethem Sarisuluk, who get injured by police at 1th of June, during the protests in Ankara has lost his life at 3 PM. (Bugün
At 06:00 in the morning, Erdoğan tweeted these messages respectively.
Today, it's appeared that there was a tension in between Erdoğan and Secretary-General of DİSK Arzu Çerkezoğlu during the meeting that was held yesterday. Erdoğan stated that "Most of the representers from artists and non-governmental ogranisations were quity happy at the end of the meeting. However, one of extreme trade unionist stated that 'It is not an architectural case anymore, it is a sociological problem.' How come a politician have no idea about sociology? If we were not able to analyse society in a sociologic manner, we could have never reached to this point." (Radikal
Consequently, Secretary-General of DİSK Arzu Çerkezoğlu had the following statement: "At the meeting, the convesation was about the trees and architectural concerns. After a while, I took the floor and said: 'If we had this meeting at 25th of May, we would talk about architectural concerns and trees. However, right now 4 people lost their lives... People take to the streets... If we came here for a solution, since we all and you both are here for this now, we have to talk the truth. Tons of people are saying something to you. Shouldn't we talk about that? Right now, it is a sociological problem, not just a architectural case'. He intervened many times, during my speech. But, he overreacted when I said 'It is a sociological problem'. He raised his voice and stated: 'Who the hell are you to teach us sociology? We know sociology and psychology. You go too far by saying this.'" (Radikal
Tomorrow, rally of AKP would take place in Ankara, Sincan. It says: "To disrupt the great game, to write history."
A banner calling for the rally that will be held tomorrow.
According to Radikal, the daily tweets from Turkey raised up to 13.5 million, from 8 million, in between May of 31 and 11th of June. There were 8 million tweets in between May of 31 and 12th of June, with #direngeziparkı. Mehmet Ali Alabora's tweets were the most shared ones in all among the popular accounts, such as Red Hack, Okan Bayülgen.
BBC suspended the contract in between NTV, because of not publishing the following news. The subject was lack of press freedom in Turkey. (BBC
Activist actor Susan Sarandon supporting the protests. (Radikal
Mayor of Adana, Hüseyin Avni Coş expressed his thanks to the pollice by SMS. "You put your life on the line and had a significant work for the sake of security and tranquality of society. At the work, you did not consider shift schedules. I would like to thank and congratulate all of you and your family. I kiss from your eyes." (Police in Adana has overtime for 18 days.) (Radikal
Corresponding SMS sent by Hüseyin Avni Coş.
In Taksim, German pianist Davide Martello played his piano for a second time. He stated that he played for democracy and freedom. (Radikal
Radikal had an interview with David Martello.
In Batıkent, Ankara, people protested the death of Ethem Sarısülük by police brutality.
Consequently police intervation took place in Batıkent, Ankara.
Police intervened the protesters in Kızılay and Kuğulu park as in previous days. Also, many protesters have taken in custody and the amount of arrested people reached to 26. (Radikal
Cartoonist Steve Bell from the Guardian. (BBC