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    Posted June 4, 2013 by
    guldal
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    Turkey
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    Protests across Turkey

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    Demonstrations, against to government, continue in Turkey.

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     iReporter guldal witnessed the protests in Istanbul and captured these images and video Monday of demonstrators in Taksim Square. "I've always wanted to be a part of something like this, I wanted to show the world what is really happening here," she said. "When I was there the protesters chanted, referring to Mr Erdogan [the Turkish prime minister] and his Justice and Development Party," she said. "They were doing nothing against the law, they were just singing, dancing and walking together." For the latest on Turkey read CNN's story here.
    - sarahbrowngb, CNN iReport producer

    There are still more than a thousand people in Taksim district of Turkey. They are still waiting for the judgement about the Gezi Park. People of all ages are standing, dancing and fighting together against the goverment.. And they are still waiting for the prime minister to take a step back.

    The protesters, who is supported by every city of Turkey, are sitting in the park all day long. They are helping each other, the people who have injured by the police. They even built a place who gives the protestors things like food, milk and water..They are united against to prime minister, they want him to resign. And they are not going to anywhere until the goverment gives up the decision of demolition of Park.

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