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Formerly the 16th Court of Appeal, the new 3rd Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court of Appeal has completed the appellate review of the February 28 case.
In the decision of the Chamber, it was indicated that the decisions taken at the meeting of the National Security Council on February 28, 1997, with the support of certain non-governmental organizations, as well as press organizations, universities, trade unions , circles of capital, the civil bureaucracy and members of the judiciary were forced on government and an elected government was rendered dysfunctional.
THE LOVE PENALTY WAS NOT RECEIVED
In the judgment, the defendants Ahmet Çörekçi, Aydan Erol, Cevat Temel Özkaynak, Çetin Doğan, Çetin Saner, Çevik Bir, Erol Özkasnak, Fevzi Türkeri, Hakkı Kılınç, İdris Koralpılizlhan, Koralpılizlhan, . He was held responsible as a “co-perpetrator” of the crime of “forcibly removing the delegation of representatives of the executive committee of the Republic of Turkey or forcibly preventing them from performing a duty” in Article 147 of the Turkish Penal Code No.
The Chamber confirmed the life sentences for these 14 accused.
The sentences of Çevik Bir (left) and Çetin Doğan have been upheld.
Former YÖK member Erdoğan Öznal, one of the defendants sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime of “forcibly removing the delegation of representatives of the executive committee of the Republic of Turkey or forcibly deactivating the delegation of deputies of the Republic of Turkey. executive committee ”in the local court, set out in article 147 of the Turkish Penal Code No. 765. Dr. Halil Kemal Gürüz ruled that the actions of the former commander of the naval forces Hayri Bülent Alpkaya and the legal adviser of the General Staff Muhittin Erdal Dalenel had also been canceled on the grounds that they were in connection with aiding this crime.
In the local court, it was decided that the files of the defendants İbrahim Selman Yazıcı, İzzettin İyigün, Altaç Atlan, Ersin Yılmaz, Kamuran Orhon, Köksal Karabay, Metin Yaşar Yükselen, Orhan Yöney, Refik Zeytincizan, Turüket Öket Öket Ö .
The Chamber also confirmed the acquittal of 37 accused.