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Constitutionally barred from party politics as head of state, Turkey’s president has expressed his discomfort with criticism of the government by opposition parties when he served as prime minister
The main opposition CHP submitted a motion to Parliament last year to investigate work-related accidents at coal mines in Soma, only for the proposal to be rejected with votes from the AKP
MHP leader Devlet Bahçeli has chided both the prime minister and the president of the country’s union of bar associations for a recent public quarrel
Erdoğan has slammed Israel, Germany, the United States and many others while defending Ankara’s press freedom record in a parliamentary group speech on May 13
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Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has said the lack of banking infrastructure in Somalia has necessitated the provision of direct cash aid from the Turkish government to the Somali government.
Democracies champion principles of the rule of law and human rights and do not embrace “witch hunts,” the leader of the main opposition has said.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) is not at risk of losing power or splitting if he is elected president
The Chief Prosecutor’s Office in Tekirdağ has drafted a summary of proceedings against CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu, on charges of “insulting” the prime minister.
A man has been detained after attempting to protest PM Erdoğan during his speech at the weekly group meeting at Parliament
Former PM ıldırım Akbulut has said “coordination between the president and the prime minister is a must for the sake of the governing of the country.”
Turkey is continuing its policy of strengthening its armed forces to meet the challenges of the country’s difficult regional neighborhood, President Abdullah Gül said
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