Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkey’s EU minister has echoed PM Ahmet Davutoğlu, maintaining that the draft law tightening security legislation is in line with European Union standards.
'At the moment, there is no such situation as an ending of the resolution process. We are currently keeping our path of dialogue open,' a senior HDP official said
Erdoğan vowed not to bow to 'a few hoodlums' participating in recent protests in support of the Syrian town of Kobane while promising to deal with such enemies 'within democracy'
Davutoğlu vowed to take tougher measures to avoid street violence by empowering security forces
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The president said he expected the support of all political parties and NGOS on the issue
The ruling AKP has not hidden its pleasure over preliminary results in a key vote at Turkey's top judicial body, in which candidates reportedly supported by the government scored an overwhelming success
A key election took place Oct. 12 for naming the new members of the country’s top judicial body, which has long been the scene of a fierce battle between the government and what it describes as the 'parallel state'
A key vote held on Oct. 12 to elect new members of Turkey’s top judicial body has attracted attention, as both the most and the least successful candidates were involved in the Ergenekon coup plot case
Although many of Turkey’s political actors have raced to deliver messages of calm amid heightened tension, the prime minister and the main opposition leader have taken off the gloves, accusing each other of being unreasonable --and engaging in a spat over 'a thing'
The leader of Turkey’s main nationalist opposition party has strongly urged President Erdoğan to cease holding 'political rallies' during visits which are financed by state funds
Erdoğan accuses both the CHP and HDP for the latest wave of unrest that has claimed more than 30 lives
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