Since the coup attempt major changes in Turkish society have occurred: journalists have been jailed, the independence of the judiciary has been challenged, and respect for civil and political liberties has diminished, in the eyes of many commentators. Yet, Erdogan maintains his following among Turks.

Two researchers from the Stockholm University Institute for Turkish Studies, Paul T. Levin and Jenny White, discuss these issues. 

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