Turkish man sentenced to reading 24 books for insulting Erdogan

Turkish man sentenced to reading 24 books for insulting Erdogan

PanARMENIAN.Net - A 75-year-old Turkish citizen was sentenced to reading 24 books after he made insulting remarks about President Recep-Tayyip Erdogan.

The Prosecutor’s Office had launched an investigation into an incident which involved the man, Ali Sahin, who made insulting remarks at a cafe in Istanbul, Ermenihaber.am reports.

A court in Istanbul decided to set Sahin free, but the elderly man has to read 24 book compiled by the court and write summaries for them.

Interestingly, Ataturk's speeches, books about the life of Erdogan, the failed coup of 2016, Koran and Islam are also included in the list.

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