A coup in which a lawfully-elected head of stat<iframe src="//www.youtube.com/embed/Ktv0pjBYFIg" class="note-video-clip" width="640" height="360" frameborder="0"></iframe>e seizes power from the other branches of government. self-coup (plural self-coups). Kendi kendine darbe, bir devlet liderinin, yönetime yasal yollarla gelmiş olmasına rağmen, ülkenin yasama organını feshederek ya da güçsüz bırakarak, kanuna aykırı düzeyde güç sahibi olduğu bir ayaklanma ya da askeri darbe çeşididir. Bu hareketin diğer sonuçları millî anayasanın ortadan kaldırılması ve bağımsız mahkemelerin devre dışı bırakılması.
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July 15-Self Coup is explained by actors: it is stupid coup story I
have ever heard; you are fired guys; what kind of stupid society would
believe organize a self coup organize against yourself; Reco Erdogan/ Arkadaşlar. kahvenizi hazırlayıp filmi izleyin. Vakit; T-shirt ile tank durdurma vakti. Köprünün bir tarafını kapatma
vakti. Taksiciye adres sorma vakti. Bebekleri hapse atmak için Darbe
Tiyatrosu vakti idi 15 temmuz 2016.
Gariplerin Sahibi… Ey Mazlumların Sahibi… Ey Mağdurların Sahibi… Ey
mahkumların Sahibi… Ey esaret hayatı yaşayanları hürriyetine kavuşturan!
Onları da hürriyetlerine kavuştur!..”
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A self-coup (or autocoup, from the Spanish autogolpe) is a form of putsch or coup d'état in which a nation's leader, despite having come to power through legal means, dissolves or renders powerless the national legislature
and unlawfully assumes extraordinary powers not granted under normal
circumstances. Other measures taken may include annulling the nation's constitution, suspending civil courts and having the head of government assume dictatorial powers. Sweden: King Gustav III (19 August 1772) First Mexican Empire: Emperor Agustín (October 31, 1822) Second French Republic: President Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte (December 2, 1851) Mexico: President Ignacio Comonfort (December 17, 1857) First Brazilian Republic: President Deodoro da Fonseca (November 3, 1891) Mexico: President Gen. Victoriano Huerta (October 7, 1913) China: President Yuan Shikai (November 20, 1915) Kingdom of Italy: Prime Minister Benito Mussolini (January 3, 1925) Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes: King Alexander I (January 6, 1929) Germany: Chancellor Adolf Hitler (March 23, 1933) Austria: Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss (March 1933 – 1 May 1934) Uruguay: President Gabriel Terra (March 31, 1933) Estonia: Prime Minister Konstantin Päts (March 12, 1934) Latvia: Prime Minister Kārlis Ulmanis (May 15, 1934) Chile: President Arturo Alessandri Palma (February 1936) Kingdom of Greece: Prime Minister Ioannis Metaxas (August 4, 1936) Brazil: President Getúlio Vargas (November 10, 1937) Romania: King Carol II (February 10, 1938) Bolivia: President Maj. Germán Busch (April 24, 1939) Paraguay: President Gen. José Félix Estigarribia (February 18, 1940) Uruguay: President Alfredo Baldomir (February 21, 1942) Ecuador: President José María Velasco Ibarra (March 30, 1946) Paraguay: President Higinio Morínigo (January 13, 1947) First Republic of South Korea: President Syngman Rhee (May - July 1952) Iran: Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh (3 to 10 August 1953) Iran: Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi (August 15, 1953) Dominion of Pakistan: Governor-General Malik Ghulam Muhammad (April 1953 and September 1954) Indonesia: President Sukarno (July 5, 1959) Morocco: King Muhammad V (May 20, 1960) Kingdom of Nepal: King Mahendra (December 15, 1960) Brunei: Sultan Sir Omar Ali Saifuddien III (December 12, 1962) Morocco: King Hassan II (June 7, 1965) Uganda: Prime Minister Milton Obote (February 22 and 23, 1966) Lesotho: Prime Minister Chief Leabua Jonathan (January 30, 1970) Ecuador: President José María Velasco Ibarra (June 22, 1970) Thailand: Prime Minister Field Marshal Thanom Kittikachorn (November 17, 1971) Philippines: President Ferdinand Marcos (September 23, 1972)