While the coup itself lasted for mere few hours, the crackdown that president Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched against the alleged organizers, and quickly expanded to eliminate his political opponents, still continues.
The majority of Turkish citizens do not want a full-scale entry into the European Union.
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He said Turkey was "able to stand on its own two feet". "We are comfortable", he said.
Some Turks believe the coup attempt was secretly orchestrated by Mr. Erdogan himself, even though there is no evidence.
Turkey also extended the detention of Amnesty International's local Director Idil Eser and nine others.
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The demonstration was in response to the widespread jailings and dismissals authorised by the Turkish government after last year's failed coup attempt.
He also suggested some other, unidentified, countries had a "problem" with the agreement and said "they are not renewing their full support".
The government has blamed the coup on the influential movement led by US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, a former Erdogan ally who ran a network of schools, dormitories, media outlets and universities. Erdogan, however, disputed the figure saying: "No one is jailed because of journalism here". Since then over 50,000 people have been arbitrarily arrested and 140,000 sacked or suspended from their jobs. They say the government used its control of the media to suppress opposition arguments while clamping down harshly on dissent.
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Gulen, however, has insisted that he has never supported a coup or any attempts to oust Erdogan.