Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has vowed that the government will not tolerate demonstrations in the street “whoever they are and whatever their intent is,” while slamming elements of the media and the opposition over the March 31 killing of a prosecutor.
An announcement calling on people to evacuate the new Public Relations Building, where MPs have offices, led to panic as people assumed the notice was due to an emergency situation
Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu has unveiled his official presidential election campaign, sending messages of “unity” to the public while vowing to defend “rights and democracy.”
A lawmaker from the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) urges presidential candidates, including Prime Minister Erdoğan, to disclose donations they receive for campaigns
The fight broke out over a debate on the amount of money to be allocated to Soma victims
PM Erdoğan will announce his “vision statement” for the upcoming presidential elections with a ceremony in Istanbul today
Opposition presidential candidate Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu, has unveiled his official campaign slogan, pairing his name with the word 'ekmek,' which in Turkish means 'bread' when used as a noun
Turkish citizens should not only vote, but also be vigilant over election security in next month’s first ever direct presidential election, the Peoples’ Democratic Party’s (HDP) candidate has said.
The ruling AKP is set to amend a controversial article of its latest Kurdish reform bill, which has been widely criticized as it could be exploited for illegitimate or illegal activities operated or coordinated by public servants.
Parliament on July 10 adopted a bill of six articles on reforms to help find a peaceful solution to the Kurdish issue.
The TRT never made mention of İhsanoğlu and Demirtaş on July 3 while Erdoğan appeared for 30 minutes
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