The head of Turkey's main opposition, the secular Republican People's Party (CHP), has denounced the failed coup attempt, saying its defeat has brought Turkey's political parties closer to finding common ground.
Kemal Kilicdaroglu made his comments in a speech to parliament on Saturday.
The CHP is traditionally seen as having ties to Turkey's secular military, a small faction of which staged the attempted coup.
All four main political parties condemned the attempted coup in a joint statement read out in parliament.
Nearly 1,700 military personnel have been sacked and 130 media outlets shut down as the crackdown continues following the failed coup.
The dispatch comes after President Erdogan called on US to hand over cleric Fethullah Gulen, who he blames for Turkey's failed coup.
Turkey has been warned of the consequences of imposing the death penalty as punishment to those involved in the failed coup attempt.