Balyoz’da yeniden yargılama yolu açılıyor

İstanbul 11. Ağır Ceza Mahkemesi, bugün İstanbul 10. Ağır Ceza Mahkemesi’nin Balyoz Davası’nda yeniden yargılama talebini geri çeviren kararını kaldırdı. 

Mahkeme ayrıca yeniden yargılama konusunu karara bağlayacak bir heyet de atadı.

Karar, Balyoz sanıkları Doğan Temel, Recep Rıfkı Durusoy ve Levent Kerim Uça’nın avukatı Hakan Tunçkol’un itirazı üzerine alındı. 

Hürriyet gazetesinden Oya Armutçu’nun haberine göre 11. Ağır Ceza Mahkemesi bu kararıyla Balyoz Davası’nın yeniden yargılama talebini incelemesi gerekecek olan heyeti de belirledi. Mahkeme kararında, “Yeniden yargılama talebini, yargılama sürecine katılan hakimler karara bağlayamaz” denildi.

Balyoz’daki yeniden yargılama taleplerini incelemekle görevli heyet şöyle:

İstanbul 17 Ağır Ceza Mahkemesi Başkanı Gökmen Demircan, İstanbul 13 Ağır Ceza Mahkemesi üye hakimi Nalan Can ve üye hakim Abdullah Öztürk.

İstanbul 11. Ağır Ceza Mahkemesi’nin kararında Balyoz yargılamasına katılan hakimler Aytekin Özanlı ve Savaş Çelik’in yeniden yargılama taleplerini inceleyecek heyete katılamayacakları gerekçe gösterildi. Bu gerekçeyle itiraz kabul edildi.

Balyoz Davası hükümlüsü Çetin Doğan’ın avukatı Hüseyin Ersöz, Hürriyet Dünyası’na şu değerlendirmeyi yaptı:

“Daha önceki yargılama aşamalarında görev almış olan hakimlerin yeniden yargılama taleplerinde görev almaları kanun tarafından yasaklanmıştır. Bu çerçevede daha önce Balyoz yargılamasına katılan hakimler Aytekin Özanlı ve Savaş Çelik’in aynı dosyada aynı fiil ve konularda görev yapmış olmaları yeniden yargılama taleplerini incelemelerine engeldir gerekçesiyle itiraz kabul edilmiştir. İstanbul 11. Ağır Ceza Mahkemesi, yeniden yargılama taleplerini incelemekle görevli hakimleri de belirlemiştir. 11. Ağır Cezanın vermiş olduğu karar hukuka uygundur ve adil yargılanmanın bundan sonraki süreçlerde hakim olacağı konusunda umudumuzu artırmıştır.”

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About yavuzbaydar

Yavuz Baydar has been an award-winning Turkish journalist, whose professional activity spans nearly four decades. In December 2013, Baydar co-founded the independent media platform, P24, Punto24, to monitor the media sector of Turkey, as well as organizing surveys, and training workshops. Baydar wrote opinion columns, in Turkish, liberal daily Ozgur Dusunce and news site Haberdar, and in English, daily Today's Zaman, on domestic and foreign policy issues related to Turkey, and media matters, until all had to cease publications due to growing political oppression. Currently, he writes regular chronicles for Die Süddeutsche Zeitung, and opinion columns for the Arab Weekly, as well as analysis for Index on Censorship. Baydar blogs with the Huffington Post, sharing his his analysis and views on Turkish politics, the Middle East, Balkans, Europe, U.S-Turkish relations, human rights, free speech, press freedom, history, etc. His opinion articles appeared at the New York Times, the Guardian, El Pais, Svenska Dagbladet, and Al Jazeera English online. Turkey’s first news ombudsman, beginning at Milliyet daily in 1999, Baydar worked in the same role as reader representative until 2014. His work included reader complaints with content, and commentary on media ethics. Working in a tough professional climate had its costs: he was twice forced to leave his job, after his self-critical columns on journalistic flaws and fabricated news stories. Baydar worked as producer and news presenter in Swedish Radio &TV Corp. (SR) Stockholm, Sweden between 1979-1991; as correspondent for Scandinavia and Baltics for Turkish daily Cumhuriyet between 1980-1992, and the BBC World Service, in early 1990's. Returning to Turkey in 1994, he worked as reporter and ediytor for various outlets in print, as well as hosting debate porogrammes in public and private TV channels. Baydar studied informatics, cybernetics and, later, had his journalism ediucatiob in the University of Stockholm. Baydar served as president of the U.S. based International Organizaton of News Ombudsmen (ONO) in 2003. He was a Knight-Wallace Fellow at University of Michigan in 2004. Baydar was given the Special Award of the European Press Prize (EPP), for 'excellence in journalism', along with the Guardian and Der Spiegel in 2014. He won the Umbria Journalism Award in March 2014 and Caravella/Mare Nostrum Prize in 2015; both in Italy. Baydar completed an extensive research on self-censorship, corruption in media, and growing threats over journalism in Turkey as a Shorenstein Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
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