Turkish author Pamuk 'worried about free speech in Turkey'

Orhan Pamuk is Turkey's most famous author. The Istanbul native was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2006. His books, such as "Snow" and "My Name Is Red", have been translated into more than 60 languages. We caught up with him in Paris, where he is promoting director Grant Gee's film "Innocence of Memories", based on his novel "The Museum of Innocence".


Orhan Pamuk gave us his point of view on the current political climate in Turkey. "We have problems combining democracy with free speech", he told FRANCE 24’s Louise Dupont.

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