Turkey has recently had a failed coup attempt. They are now in a state of emergency for three months. This is necessary to assess the security of the country, however it should not be affecting the normal day to day lives of the regular people. There is no reason to take away anyone's rights during this investigation.
Human rights in Turkey should not be affected by the recent coup attempt. These are basic, fundamental rights that every person should have, regardless of the country. These include the right to free speech. Unfortunately, in an effort to crack down, the Turkish government is suppressing these basic rights to society's detriment.
Human rights are a basic level that should never be discarded. The idea that human rights laws should be suspended after the recent coup attempt is just Erdogan using the situation to seize more power and be able to make his dissenters and opponents disappear. As well as giving them an excuse to be tortured.
No, human rights in Turkey should not be affected by the recent coup. The lack of significant human rights protection may be one reason that the coup occurred in the first place. A country should never suspend any of its human rights even in the face of a coup. People will lose faith n the country.