Category: FARUK BİLDİRİCİ
In the southeast of Turkey, it is very difficult to do journalism and report from the regions where curfews have been imposed
Category: ERTUĞRUL ÖZKÖK
It was Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015, during an evening at the residence of Turkey’s ambassador in Stockholm
It is “too early” former President Abdullah Gül to be nominated as a parliamentary candidate in the upcoming June general elections, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has said.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has described Istanbul’s iconic Taksim Square as “the world’s ugliest square”
Category: MEHMET Y. YILMAZ
AKP Deputy Group Chairman Mahir Ünal spoke about the upcoming elections for the Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors
A thorough analysis of the election results with numbers should be done, but the figures are still unofficial
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has downplayed the Fethullah Gülen Movement’s influence on voters and the results of the local elections
A complaint was filed against a woman who claimed to have been beaten by protesters for wearing a headscarf at the height of the Gezi protests
When I saw that the exterior temperature in the heat display on my car’s dashboard was 19.5 degrees Celsius, I couldn’t believe my eyes.
Category: BLIND SPOT
They both have the same problem. Let me explain. Oh, I hope prosecutors do not prosecute me for this.
The latest footage, released by Kanal D, shows that the alleged victim walks by Istanbul's Kabataş docks without being targeted
We thought the recordings of the telephone conversation between (former) State Minister Eyüp Aşık and mafia boss Alaattin Çakıcı was the point where the state had hit the bottom.
When the government started to interfere with the judiciary and the ongoing investigations following the operation of Dec. 17
It needs to be said, the intervention style of the government in the Gezi incidents has been a milestone in terms of the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) rule.
Is this a question now? Of course we would want to be rich. Maybe not too rich, but we would want to have a comfortable retirement, at least an old age when we would not have money problems.
Among the issues in Turkey stemming from the judiciary branch, those created by the offices of the prosecutors come first.
Who should control the judiciary and how? This is the topic we are discussing today.
You must have heard about the bill about the new Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) Law, a group of ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) deputies signed and submitted to the Office of the Speaker of the Parliament?
In all of our current debates – let me name them: bribery-corruption, parallel state, lack of rule of law, intervention of the executive in the judiciary – we have started talking about the form instead of the content.
Policemen who are extremely “curious” tap almost everybody’s phone and bug their rooms illegally
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