The Constitutional Court ruled for violation of rights and issued a compensation decree for two people who were beaten by the police during the raid against the Nâzım Hikmet Cultural Center in Ankara on June 2, 2013 with tear gas. Attacking the press release held by the Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects (TMMOB) in Kızılay district on June 2, 2013, the police broke into the Piraye Cafe, which is within the Nâzım Hikmet Cultural Center, using tear gas and inflicting physical and verbal violence against the people in the cafe. In the investigation launched following the criminal complaint made by Alper Tunga Kuru, who was a university student at the time, and Özcan Kaya Güvenç, a former Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects (TMMOB) Chairman and Honorary Board Member, after they were exposed to police violence, the Prosecutor’s Office issued a verdict of non-prosecution, claiming that the police did not exceed the limit of their authority. The Constitutional Court ruled that the prohibition of ill-treatment, which is guaranteed in Article 17 of the Turkish Constitution, was violated. The court also ruled for the investigation on the incident to be re-opened.