Speaking a day before receiving the German book trade's annual peace prize at the Frankfurt Book Fair, Pamuk said all people in Turkey ought to be able to express their ideas freely.
The author of historical novels, whose book 'Snow' has been an international best-seller, also repeated his past support for Turkey joining the European Union.
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