postcoup

postcoup

(ˌpəʊstˈkuː)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, relating to, or occurring after a coup
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For example, the experience of postcoup Egypt could foreshadow what may still come in Turkey.
Many of these men and women will be more concerned about the terrorist threat than the state of civil liberties, but even before the postcoup crackdown warning lights were flashing about human rights.
Yavuz Baydar, a prominent Turkish journalist living in exile since the postcoup total crackdown by President Reycep Erdogan, drew lessons from his country's degeneration into a 'robust authoritarian regime.
Hakan Sukur is a victim of the postcoup clampdown, with a court ordering his bank accounts, vehicles and other assets to be seized.
The visit comes as Turkey's relations with traditional allies falter over Ankara's postcoup crackdown.
The postcoup period was a socio-political restructuring process in Turkey and the higher education system was not excluded, so the Council of Higher Education (YOK: Yuksek Ogrenim Kurulu) was established in 1981 that was formed in order to standardize higher education to meet the need with the increasing number of students.
The organization subsequently prevented the postcoup military governments of Cote d'Ivoire and Comoros from attending the Lome summit in 2000.
Perhaps due to the restrictions on the activities of the media, mainstream Turkish media did not take any political stance against the coups in the postcoup periods, and frequently highlighted the military's interventions in politics as an act of salvation.
1) Most accounts tend to treat the postcoup period as essentially a process of protracted agony, in which the question of the USSR's future was more or less already settled.
152) But underlying tensions have remained, as Iran's condemnation of the June 2013 military coup (153) and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's subsequent condemnation of the postcoup violence have upheld frosty overtones in relations between the two nations.
As a response to this tradition, it is no coincidence that much of Argentine postcoup literature and film takes place in hospitals.
Although Canada played a limited military role in the coup, Canadian diplomatic and financial assistance was vital in supporting the postcoup government under Gerard Latortue.