The 1980 military coup
carried out under Evren's leadership led to a wave of extrajudicial killings and torture, among other things.
The military coup
carried out by the Army of Thailand does not have any legitimacy nor does the Army of Thailand have a mandate from the people of Thailand to govern the country.
Many local and international critics of the government's coup attempt narrative also argued that in staging a coup attempt, important institutions such as presidential palace, residence, military headquarters, national TV and radio as well as the central bank were to be among the immediate targets by a military coup
plotter, which was not the case on 15 December.
Prominent scholar Egyptian Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who stepped down from Egypt s Al-Azhar University in protest against the institutions support of the military coup
was the first plan aired.
Applauding the military coup
against Morsi makes this the more likely outcome.
However, we do have to deal with it as a military coup
, as no democracy can develop under military rule (including the relatively smart ones that rule from behind a civilian curtain like in the Egyptian case.
Similarly, in modern Syrian history, a symbol like Akram Hurani was a stark example of the permanent confusion between parliamentary work and military coups
Yemeni revolutionary powers refuse [to accept the legitimacy of] the military coup
against democratic authenticity in Egypt.
The report said that the Islamists in their protests on Friday against Morsi's ouster called for every free Egyptian to come out against the bloody military coup
and said the protests weren't simply about Morsi, but rather about a democratic process that was mocked by military coup
The Republican senator said the removal of president Morsi appeared to be a military coup
There is high uncertainty over how the risks resulting from the military coup
evolve over the short term and the eventual pathway to a peaceful political transition," it added.
Sharif, who was deposed in a military coup
in 1999, will later Wednesday be sworn in by the president.
It caused panic across the country with some people speculating on social websites that the 111th brigade of the Pakistan Army was moving to Islamabad for a military coup
The report entitled "Can a Military Coup
Occur in the (Persian) Gulf Cooperation Council Countries?
Odili, seeking vengeance for a personal slight and hoping to quell the greed of the rulers while easing the suffering of the people, leads an opposition party in the upcoming elections--but a military coup
dashes both men's dreams.