ANKARA (QHA) - Turkish President Abdullah Gül said Tuesday the demonstrations in the streets had to be stopped related to the Gezi Park protests.
Pointing out that the protests damaged Turkish economy, Gül said, "No one realizes but the recent incidents has caused hesitation among the foreign investors, according to Anadolu Ajansi.
The president said that the demonstrations would damaged Turkey's image, "You work 10 years to make a global image, but tarnish it in a week. Don't be unfair to Turkey!"
"The protests have disturbed the peace, so the demonstrations in the streets have to be stopped," Gül said.
Touching upon the disinformation by the social media, Gul said "if there is a provocation or a lie, the misuse of social media should be restricted because it will cause panic amongst the people."