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Understanding the Post-Failed Coup Turkey: From State of Emergency to Permanent State of Exception


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Understanding the Post-Failed Coup Turkey: From State of Emergency to Permanent State of Exception

Séminaire « Sociologie politique de la Turquie contemporaine »

Turkey is currently ruled under a state of emergency declared soon after the failed coup attempt of 15 July 2016 and extended recently for another three months by late April. Throughout the nine months of the state of emergency that have provided Turkish state elites with sweeping new powers, the Turkish government has issued several  decrees having the force of law without any oversight by the national parliament. Drawing on these decrees,  nearly 150,000 people were fired, suspended or arrested, several left-wing and pro-Kurdish radio and television outlets were closed, dozens of academics calling for resumed peace talks in the Southeast of Turkey were dismissed, several columnists and journalists were imprisoned. Although the Turkish government announced that the emergency decrees would solely be about the attempted coup-related issues, the titles and content of the decrees were defined in a way as to target diverse opposition groups in Turkey.

This conference argues that Turkey is about to fall into the ‘emergency trap’ where the state of emergency has turned out to be a permanent ‘state of exception’ institutionalized through excessively securitized practices of the Turkish statecraft. Following Agamben, the state of exception (SoE) may be defined as a paradigm of government where the laws and norms of democratic regime are suspended by state elites demanding not to be held responsible as they break these laws and norms when facing a crisis. With the recently approved constitutional amendments granting considerable executive and legislative powers to presidency, the SoE is about to institutionalize as the dominant paradigm of rule in contemporary Turkish politics. These constitutional amendments grant the president the authority to issue decrees having force of law in a wide range of issues, to declare the state of emergency, to dissolve the parliament and recognise a broad authority over the judiciary.

While in European cases SoE has been applied as temporary suspension of the laws in force and has not led to a radical reorganization of the juridical and political order, in Turkey it is instrumentalized by the Turkish ruling elite to replace the parliamentary system with the presidential one. This shift is justified through an excessively securitized discourse where Turkey is waging its second war of independence against diverse terrorist organizations supported by the Western states. Evidence from the Turkish case reveals that there exists an intimate relationship between securitization and the ‘state of exception’.  It also shows that the demand for exceptionalism is voiced by the ruling elite as well as other securitizing actors including pro-government media outlets, social media commentators and trolls allegedly linked to the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) government.

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    Date de réalisation : 5 Mai 2017
    Durée du programme : 87 min
    Classification Dewey : Sociologie des désordres civils, Sociologie de la violence, Participation des citoyens dans le processus gouvernemental (démocratie participative)
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    Catégorie : Conférences, Séminaires
    Niveau : niveau Master (LMD), niveau Doctorat (LMD), Recherche
    Disciplines : Sociologie, Sciences politiques
    Collections : Études contemporaines
    ficheLom : Voir la fiche LOM
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    Auteur(s) : KALIBER Alper, KAYA Sümbül
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    Langue : Anglais
    Mots-clés : Turquie, gouvernance, droit et état, Coup d'Etat
 

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