Turkey to pay compensations to aggrieved during protests
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 27 / Trend A.Tagiyeva /
The Government of Turkey decided to pay compensation to the people aggrieved as a result of the actions of the police during the demonstrations in the country, Sabah newspaper reported on Thursday.
Thus, Compensations will be paid to peaceful participants of the protests and did not participate in the attacks on the police and public and private institutions.
According to the newspaper's report, more than 100 aggrieved peaceful demonstrators have been identified, and will get compensation the size of which has not yet been defined.
Compensations will also be paid to owners of shops and restaurants that have suffered damage from the protests.
Protests have been continuing in Turkey for more than 20 days. According to representatives of the authorities, the protests already have an anti-government character.
Opposition parties of Turkey accused the police of using excessive force against the protesters.
Earlier, the Interior Minister of Turkey said an investigation is being carried out in connection with the use of excessive force against the protesters.