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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
As is said, “actions speak louder than words.” Ruling Justice and development Party (AKP) has been in coalition talks with the Republican People’s Party (CHP).
It might appear lunacy to claim the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its mastermind, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, are pulling the country into a calamity in hopes of fomenting nationalism and sweeping back to a sufficient electoral majority to form a single party government.
Defying all skeptics, pulling down old taboos one after the other and with an unaccustomed absence of leaks and public mudslinging, the Cyprus talks appear to be gearing up to yet another twin referenda in March-April 2016
Perhaps time has come to try to convince the two peoples of Cyprus that what the two leaders and negotiating teams have been discussing “discreetly” for the past few months might culminate in the establishment soon of a United Federal Cyprus
Scores of innocent people who volunteered to help the innocent victims of an inhumane war were blatantly murdered at Suruç, sending shock waves across the nation
A chieftain of the separatist gang has announced that they have unilaterally given up the ceasefire that they had unilaterally declared in 2013
Will there be a government soon? Most likely not. Bets on November repeat polls have opened in Ankara already but will that indeed be the case?
It is difficult to understand why there is so much jubilation in Cuba or among Turkey’s romantic socialists over the Greek “oxi” (no) vote and the subsequent developments in Greece.
It is no secret and probably even shepherds grazing their sheep on the hills of southeastern Turkey or workers harvesting tea at a Black Sea farm are well aware that Turkey’s main political problem handicapping that progression of democracy stems from two basic laws: the law on elections and the law on political parties.
The Justice and Development Party (AKP) started to tilt towards following a bi-polar strategy in the coalition talks slated to start next week, if the parliament speakership council can be formed and Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu is asked by the president to form the next government.
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