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Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has pledged to look out for Roma people with an 11 article commitment during a meeting in Istanbul with representatives of the community
The state-run TRT has refused to air an election campaign advertisement by the main opposition party 'because it directly targets the government'
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has emphasized the importance of maintaining a delicate balance between freedom and security, as he pledged his government would protect the freedoms of the Turkish people without jeopardizing their security.
Turkish President Erdoğan is praised as 'Our Leader' in an anthem performed by an Ottoman military band
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) will try to escalate tension out of its rising sense of panic ahead of the June 7 parliamentary election, Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaş has said, while vowing to conduct his own party’s campaign in a “humane and friendly” way.
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Five PKK militants have been killed in clashes that erupted after the militants opened fire on Turkish soldiers in the eastern province of Ağrı, injuring four soldiers, Turkish military says
The ruling AKP will not resort to any populist propaganda while campaigning in the run-up to the June 7 parliamentary election, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has promised, stressing the AKP’s wish for a “clean” Turkey.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has pledged full support to Turkey’s police force against any attempts to weaken it, in reference to the government’s fight against the Fethullah Gülen community, believed to have created a “parallel” state within the police and judiciary.
Turkey’s main opposition party has decided to not specifically target the ruling party during their election campaign but instead focus on explaining their significant future projects.
Continuing the new trend of cosplay started at Turkey's new presidential palace where President Erdoğan resides, Turkish PM Davutoğlu and his deputy were welcomed by policemen dressed in Ottoman-era costumes on April 10 in Ankara.
PM Erdoğan has said 335 members of parliament from AKP would be sufficient, decreasing his demand for 400 MPs for the elections
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