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The HDP has announced a call by the jailed leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) to hold a congress in spring to discuss disarmament in Turkey
Former Transport Minister Binali Yıldırım was appointed as an adviser to the ruling AKP's chair
Turkish Parliamentary Speaker Cemil Çiçek has returned a CHP motion demanding a parliamentary inquiry into PM Erdoğan in relation to a wave of corruption probes
Turkey’s main opposition party has submitted a motion to launch a parliamentary investigation over the government’s decision to commence the shipment of Kurdish oil to world markets.
Mutual distrust between the gov't and the Kurdish political groups will not yield a breakthrough in the ongoing resolution process, CHP leader says
MHP leader Devlet Bahçeli has strictly dismissed the idea of running as a candidate in the upcoming presidential election, vowing to stick to his decision come hell or high water
With less than a month for the announcement of presidential candidates, the two largest oppositional parties continued June 4 their consultative meetings with trade unions and civil society
President Abdullah Gül has expressed the need to urge for the adoption of a development policy that heeds harmony between the ecology and economy.
ANKARA - ISTANBUL / Reuters
A ‘council of wise men’ – made up partly of close allies in Turkish PM Erdoğan’s current Cabinet – could help oversee top government business in the event he becomes president, senior officials have told Reuters
Worried by the controversy over Turkey’s most recent elections, the OSCE announces plans to send observers to the country’s August presidential polls
The rift over children allegedly kidnapped by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) continues to grow as the People’s Democracy Party (HDP) turns down a call from PM Erdoğan
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