On September 12, 1980, there was a coup d'état in Turkey. The preceding decade had seen massacres, deadlocked elections, fascist gangs conducting campaigns of assassination and racketeering. Twelve days into September, the Turkish National Security Council (effectively the co-ordinating wing of the armed forces) seized control of the national broadcaster and declared a change of government.
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