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Erodgan said the western media and the European Parliament "do not see what is happening in Syria and Palestine, and there are those who do not like Turkey's economic successes." Istanbul governor Huseyin Avni Mutlu, at a news conference here, said the eviction of protesters from Gezi Park was "very organized" and did not take a long time.
"Organizations like the DHKP/C failed to start a row [at Gezi Park]," he said.
The court ruled for the acquittal of several other defendants in a trial into the Gezi protests that occurred in the summer of 2013.
The Occupation of Gezi Park started on May 28, 2013, in protest against the implementation of an urban management project.
The group has vowed to continue protesting, despite having announced a deal with ErdoAan early Thursday morning to halt the planned development of a shopping mall on Gezi Park, pending a review by a court.
Berkin Elvan became the symbol of the Gezi Park protests when he was hospitalized after being hit by a tear gas canister fired by the police, even though he was not participating in the protests at the time.
For the moment, he has also stopped the redevelopment plans for Gezi Park, the triggering point of the protests.
The third of the Abant Platform's Taksim meetings, titled "Opposition and Protest in an Uncertain Globe," included the participation of academic Euzbank, who was largely involved in the Taksim Platform, one of the main actors of the Gezi protests, and Cristovam Buarque, the former Brazilian education minister who serves a senator in Brazil since 2002.
"Gezi Park is a park at the moment, and there won't be any moves to change that until the legal process produces a decision and the result of a local public vote is out," Huseyin Celik, deputy chairman of the governing Justice and Development Party, the party that ErdoAan heads, ( told the Wall Street Journal.
The lady in the red dress, Ceyda Sungur, achieved a certain level of fame after a photograph of her being sprayed with tear gas at close range while wearing a red dress during the Gezi Park protests appeared across the media.
On May 31 of this year, Emre E[currency]encan -- a reporter from the Zaman daily -- was beaten and briefly detained by police while he was taking photos during the course of his job at Gezi Park, near ystanbul's Taksim Square.
In his book Sever claimed that Arync verbally resigned from his post during a Cabinet meeting held on June 10, 2013, after he had a dispute with then-Prime Minister Erdoy-an over the Gezi protests that erupted in May 2013, sparked by the government's plans to demolish Gezi Park in central ystanbul.