A Turkish court on Friday ruled that the government’s blanket ban on video—sharing platform YouTube must be lifted, following Thursday’s ruling by the Constitutional Court forcing an end to a blackout of Twitter.

The Court of Peace in Ankara said the ban on YouTube should be lifted as soon as possible.

Though Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government on Wednesday enforced the Constitutional Court’s decision to reverse the Twitter ban, the premier said he did not respect the ruling.

The government first banned Twitter on March 21, and blocked YouTube a week later, just before local elections.

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