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/ OPINION/ TAHA ÖZHAN
Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
After the Dec. 17 operation, the local elections that are supposed to take place on March 30 have come to mean much more than local elections
The eavesdropping scandal that became public earlier this week would indicate, at the very least, two things. Firstly, the revealed list is clearly intended for more than just wiretapping.
On Dec. 17, 2013, an operation in which a group of irrelevant files of investigations and names were merged was carried out with the joint efforts of prosecutors and the police.
Turkey survived a serious coup attempt exactly two years ago, on Feb. 7, 2012. It was nothing more than an attempt at sabotage.
It needs to be acknowledged, regardless of one’s point of view, that the Turkey that has emerged over the AK Party years, was a ‘new experience.’
Those who want quick and simple, but inadequate, answers to the question above find them in the editorials of any publication out of Europe or Washington
The Syrian crisis began with massacres perpetrated by the Baath regime at the beginning of 2011.
Rule of law has been one of the leading topics of discussion since the establishment of the Republic of Turkey.
In the last decade, after the tutelage regime was forced to retreat, Turkey embarked on a new era.
On Dec. 17, 2013, Turkey was confronted with a corruption investigation that turned the political agenda upside down.