On the second day of Justice March in Turkey, which was launched by the leader of the main opposition party CHP after a court decision that sentenced CHP MP and journalist Enis Berberoğlu to 25 years in jail over accusations of espionage in MİT trucks case, support to the movement has grown across the country.
In cities of Ankara, İstanbul, İzmir, Çanakkale, Manisa, Samsun, Antalya, Muğla, Bolu, Niğde, Hatay, and Burdur, people held demonstrations in city downtowns to express support for the cause and carried in their hands banners saying ‘justice’.
Thousands had joined Kılıçdaroğlu on Thursday (June 15) morning in Ankara as he started the march to protest the ongoing breach of rule of law in the country and demand justice for everyone.
Today, on the second day of the march, thousands of more people participated in sit-ins and demonstrations held in over a dozen of provinces across the country.
The march is expected to last for about a month since Kılıçdaroğlu will be walking over 400 kilometers to reach İstanbul.
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