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Incumbent PM Davutoğlu has publicly thanked a senior opposition deputy for accepting his offer to take part in an interim government
Haşım Kılıç also stating that a key decision on whether to lift the 10 percent election threshold for legislative representation will be announced soon
The main opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu calls on Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu to resist infringements by the President Erdoğan, who chairs the Cabinet meetings, on his authority
Turkey’s Education Ministry has issued the outline of a new moral education program to be given to schools
2014 was a year of elections, political polarization, urban development, environmentalist backlash and man-made disasters in Turkey. It was a year of news on war – and peace. Liberal moves followed illiberal ones in 2014. Here is a timeline and our stories that sum up the tumultuous year
The head of a parliamentary panel into ex-ministers’ alleged graft suggests some of their assets could be seized if the officials are found to accrued unjust wealth
A long and stressful 2014 brought with it a new president, a new prime minister and a new political balance with the undefeated ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) consolidating its power in local and presidential elections against opposition parties and its erstwhile ally, the Fethullah Gülen community.
An Ankara court will begin the first hearing of a case into the illegal wiretapping of then-Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s offices on Jan. 2.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan made the headlines with several statements in 2014.
Mayor of Istanbul’s Şişli Municipality Hayri İnönü and his wife, Nazlı İnönü, gave their testimonies to the Istanbul Public Prosecutor on Dec. 30, 2014
President Erdoğan devotes his New Year’s message to focusing on the battle against the ‘parallel state,’ as well as finding peace with Kurds
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