Morning after anti-govt protests in Istanbul, barricades, clean-up
Dateline: Istanbul - 4 June 2013
Date: 06/04/2013 09:35 AM
1. Man cleaning graffiti from shutter of shop
2. Close-up of man cleaning graffiti
3. Close-up of broom sweeping up rubbish
4. Wide of street cleaner working
5. Mid of man looking at newspapers in a kiosk
6. Close-up of front page reading (Turkish) "What a beautiful Turkey"
7. Close-up of front page with picture of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan reading (Turkish) "Ten months to the polls"
8. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Nazli Sagdec, interpreter and disc jockey:
"I have no idea because he (Erdogan) is acting like a little kid taking the little toys from our hands very aggressively, so I don't know."
9. Wide of protest barricade in street
10. Close-up of barricade
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Hussein (no surname given), mechanical engineer:
"What's going to (happen) next we don't know, we just want to have a reasonable government who wants to really listen to us."
12. Wide of man cleaning graffiti from shop front
13. Wide of cleaning truck in Istiklal Avenue
Shopkeepers and street cleaners in Istanbul were clearing up on Tuesday after a fourth day of protests.
Clashes continued late into the night on Monday in both Istanbul and the Turkish capital, Ankara.
The protests, the biggest Turkey has seen in recent years, were sparked by the police crackdown on Friday of a peaceful sit-in to prevent the demolition of a park in Istanbul.
Thousands later joined anti-government rallies across Turkey to voice discontent with the 10-year rule of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The protests are seen as a display of frustration with Erdogan, whom critics say has become increasingly authoritarian.
Many accuse him of forcing his conservative, religious Islamic outlook on the lives of secular Turks.
"What's going to (happen) next we don't know, we just want to have a reasonable government who wants to really listen to us," said Hussein, an Istanbul resident, who gave only his first name.
On Monday evening, a trade union confederation called for a two-day strike starting on Tuesday.
Officials said on Tuesday that a 22-year-old man had been shot dead during an anti-government protest in Antakya city, near the border with Syria.
Another protester was reported killed in Istanbul on Monday.
Officials said that death was accidental.