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In a bid to justify his support for a change to the political system in Turkey, President Erdoğan has suggested that the United Kingdom is run as a semi-presidential system in which the will of the Queen is dominant.
Zekeriya Öz filed a formal complaint against PM Erdoğan, less than a week after he claimed he had been threatened by two judges sent by the PM himself
The main opposition has positively responded the ruling party’s proposal for a constitutional amendment but requested the withdrawal of a controversial judicial bill
President Gül heeds calls to intervene in the judicial and corruption scandals, inviting opposition leaders to Ankara for tête-à-têtes on the issue
Hanefi Avcı claimed that Gülen's followers gathered all the information they collected on public servants in a common pool
Prominent legal experts and academics are not very hopeful about to amend the structure of the Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK)
Prosecutor Zekeriya Öz, who recently claimed that he was threatened by the PM to drop his investigation into official corruption, has rejected his relocation to a minor post
The Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) will hold a meeting with the first-ever participation from its new members on Jan. 15.
A strong democracy is a must in pursuing an active diplomacy, Davutoğlu said at the envoys' conference as the ruling AKP is giving its own test of democracy amid a graft scandal
The Uludere/Roboski massacre, in which 34 people were killed by an airstrike, was allegedly caused by false intelligence information, daily Taraf claimed
Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ admitted the government 'made a mistake' as it failed to give a reaction during the prosecutions of the coup plot cases
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