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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) has said it expects the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) to soon cease attacks following a breakdown in a two-year truce
Turkey’s outgoing intelligence chief is a joint lawmaker candidate of the ruling party, PKK and HDP, MHP leader Bahçeli has said
Senior civil servants who have been eager to play on the political stage, have flocked into offices related to their institutions in order to submit their resignations
A controversial domestic security package draft code, the debate over which has been delayed at parliament twice by the government, should not be brought to the parliament agenda again, Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) head Devlet Bahçeli has said
Public servants are stampeding to file their resignations in the hopes of being some of the lucky ones to be nominated for the AKP in June polls
A group mostly made up of retired non-commissioned officers has formed a new political party called the 'AS Parti,' filing the required petition with the Interior Ministry
Turkish President is finally on Twitter as his first ‘real’ tweet is an anti-smoking message
Turkey has applied to Cuban officials to build a mosque in the Caribbean country, Turkish President Erdoğan has said
The debate on the government’s controversial security bill, scheduled to be held in parliament today after being postponed last week, has been delayed again, as the three opposition parties in the legislature plan to file motion after motion to stop the bill in its tracks.
The government has produced a plan to introduce new working regulations for the more than 1.6 million Syrian migrants
Muammer Güler, one of the four former ministers who resigned after Turkey’s huge corruption probe broke on Dec. 17, 2013, has announced in a written statement that he will not run for parliament in the June 7 general elections.
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