Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Former Turkish President Abdullah Gül has urged for a strong government formed by a grand coalition of the two parties who received the highest amount of votes in the June 7 parliamentary elections
Turkey’s national education council has agreed to send a proposal to introduce compulsory Ottoman language courses in high school education to a vote in its general assembly meeting
Complusory Ottoman classes were also officially proposed on Dec. 4
During his testimony to a parliament commission probing allegations against 4 ex-ministers, Çağlayan said he did not have time to purchase the watch abroad, so he asked Reza Zarrab to do so
Former Interior Minister Muammer Güler also said his son was providing consultancy for Zarrab for a monthly salary of 30,000 Turkish Liras
In a speech that ranged between scholarly speculation and conservative politics, PM Davutoğlu has linked the higher suicide rates in rich countries with the 'mechanical equality' they have in gender relations.
Turkey is being governed from the massive recently built presidential palace, President Erdoğan has said, in an apparent bid to assert his authority over the prime ministry.
Bekir Bozdağ tears into the Constitutional Court for its decision to consider lifting the infamous 10 percent election threshold for legislative representation
The Turkish government is working on a draft reform bill which will allow Alevis to choose their own religion courses at school and give their places of worship the same rights as mosques
Selvi Kılıçdaroğlu said she was grateful that Sare Davutoğlu was sharing her pain, adding that she sent her best regards to the prime minister
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
The Supreme Court of Appeals has reversed three judgments that found main opposition CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu guilty over “insult” claims in favor of PM Ahmet Davutoğlu
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