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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Azerbaijani President İlham Aliyev took constitutional amendments to a referendum five months ago and they were approved by a rate of 87 percent of the votes. He has now appointed his wife as the first vice president of Azerbaijan.
The New York Times has reported that İlnur Çevik, the chief advisor to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, “suggested that Turkey might tolerate some kind of Kurdish entity in northeastern Syria.”
If you take your political campaign to mosques, then you should realize that you would be dividing the people who go to mosques to pray; you would be separating the congregants
I was not surprised the slightest when I read a story covered by İhlas News Agency, which held the pulses of votes from eight provinces in the East and Southeast Anatolian regions about the referendum.
In the eyes of his sympathizers, U.S. President Donald Trump is always great. Whatever he does, he never looks ugly to them. He may have unsettled the entire world, but Trump fans here in Turkey are still rejoicing. You can never hear them questioning the kind of disaster Trump’s presidency is.
According to the discourse of Justice and Development Party (AKP), if you say “yes” in the referendum on constitutional change, we will get rid of centuries of status quo impositions, and the voice of terror organizations will be cut off.
While the second round of debates in parliament is starting on constitutional changes, I refreshed my mind on certain speeches during the first round.
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım likes to surprise. He did it again on the evening of Jan. 10 when he stepped into the opposition lobby of parliament while the first article in the constitutional changes was being debated. He had a glass of tea with opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu
Let’s go back to the night Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov became a victim of a dark assassination.
Actually, this question should be rephrased as, “Would the EU make a strategic enemy and Putin a sound friend?” Well, let’s go further and question whether or not they would make you say, “Putin’s Russia is more trustworthy than the EU?”
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