As a part of occasions marking the anniversary of the failed coup try by the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) on July 15, 2016, those that had been killed defending the nation’s democracy in opposition to putschists will be commemorated in a collection of folk songs. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism will maintain a “heroic folk tune live performance” on the fourth anniversary of the victory of Turkish democracy.
Singers from the Istanbul Historical Turkish Music Ensemble (Mehter Band) and the Istanbul State Turkish Folk Music Choir will greet audiences as a part of the “July 15 Democracy and National Unity Day” occasions. The live performance, scheduled to be held at 9 p.m., July 14, on the July 15 Martyrs Square in Istanbul’s Beykoz district, will characteristic quite a lot of folk music and leisure.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism will maintain the same occasion within the Kahramankazan district of the capital Ankara. Kahramankazan will host a convention on the unity of those that fought the coup try, with Tarkan Zengin, deputy chairman of the Writers Union of Turkey, set to ship a speech adopted by a movie screening. The occasion will be held at Kahramankazan July 15 Martyrs and Democracy Museum at four p.m. on July 15.
The posters that had been awarded as a part of the “Youth Art: Poster Design and Video Art Competition” placed on by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in 2016 may also be re-exhibited. The posters intention to elevate consciousness amongst younger artists about Turkey’s current historical past and might be seen on the National Library Exhibition Hall in Ankara from July 14-24.