Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkey has seen the release of prominent suspects in the Ergenekon coup plot case from a prison in Silivri as the court overseeing the Ergenekon case rejected the release decisions
Justice Minister Bozdağ swiftly began appointing new members to the country’s top judicial body after the entry of force of the critical bill
The controversial law on the HSYK is still yet to appear in the Official Gazette
CHP ordered not to prefix the name of Erdoğan with either 'Prime Minister' or even 'Mr.'
The MHP accuses Bozdağ of intervening in certain investigations via his political clout in order to get results in favor of certain suspects
PM Erdoğan has hit back against unprecedented accusations of corruption after the leak of incriminating phone conversations, accusing both prosecutors and police of spying for another country.
An ongoing debate over whether the recent leaked phone conversations between PM Erdoğan and his son are authentic is dominating Turkish politics
WASHINGTON – Hürriyet Daily News
The US calls the graft probe and subsequent developments as a 'scandal' in annual report
Consecutive changes to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s itinerary regarding his election campaign have raised questions in Ankara, with many wondering if damaging corruption claims are beginning to hamper his work on the hustings.
A fight broke out between lawmakers on Feb. 27 during discussions on the cram school bill
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
Gov't officials say a phone call recording allegedly taking place between the PM and his son about how to is 'montaged,' while the opposition party defends the opposite view