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local woman when you look at press freedom anything against the president constitutes a crime it wouldn't like it before , the talk you newspapers know first outspoken criticism of the Turkish government but now genitalia thinking twice about the consequences of their work liberal Turkish newspaper clipping veto closed in recent months , what are the problem is that you know this inevitably leads journal down that area dangerous road self censorship where they're very concerned about taking a hardline against the government in what they write in fact may decide not to write things at all Anniyan editor of a left wing newspaper recently told us he said this will be remembered and nightmare era for %HESITATION to Turkish media , in telling the president in Turkey is a crime punishable up to four years in jail now up until recently that was the law that we rarely ever enforced however since I earned one became pregnant in April twenty fourteen lawyers filed an unprecedented , about one thousand eight hundred and