Turkey’s post-coup emergency rule was extended for another three months following general assembly meeting at the parliament on Thursday.

The extension is the sixth since the State of Emergency was first declared in the aftermath of the July 15, 2016 failed coup.

The extension was listed among the recommendations declared following the National Security Council meeting Wednesday.

The same day United Nations human rights experts urged the government not to extend the exceptional legal measures it has taken under its declared state of emergency.