How people in Turkey feel about the failed coup one week on

Updated 12:08 AM ET, Sat July 23, 2016

Editor's note: Some of the people interviewed by CNN did not want to appear on camera.

Istanbul (CNN) A week on from the dramatic and bloody events of last Friday, when a faction of the military launched a failed coup in Turkey, the country is in a state of emergency.

More than 50,000 people have been fired or suspended, including police, generals and admirals, teachers, judges and civil servants, while more than 9,000 remain in detention.
How do people feel about their country's future? We talked to mothers, fathers, workers and business owners in Istanbul. Here's what they had to say.