Republican People’s Party (CHP) Istanbul MP and Human Rights Monitoring Committee Deputy Chairman Sezgin Tanrıkulu launched the “July 2020 Rights Violations Report in Turkey.” According to the report, at least 4 people were detained and one person was arrested due to their speeches or writings. Lawsuits were filed against at least three people, investigations were opened against two people and at least one person was convicted. Access from at least 175 Internet content was banned. At least 12 people were detained and three people were arrested due to their social media posts; investigations were opened against at least one person. At least 110 demonstrations were intervened by the police. At least 316 people were detained in interventions. At least 10 events, press statements, meetings, demonstrations, festivals, theater staging or movie screenings were prevented, banned by Governorates and District Governorates. All protests and demonstrations were banned in 16 provinces. At least 62 people were convicted in lawsuits filed due to meetings and demonstrations.