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The president of Turkey’s Constitutional Court has made it clear they can cope with the massive number of individual applications filed to the Court and indicated there was no need for a systemic review of the current mechanism, as the government has suggested
An order from President Abdullah Gül to review several issues, including corruption and wiretapping, will lead to 'useful results,' Deputy PM Bülent Arınç has said
Public Prosecutors have sent the summary of proceedings against former ministers to the Turkish Parliament.
The summary of proceedings will be discussed in the first session of the General Assembly after the upcoming local polls, arliament Speaker Cemil Çiçek has said
İZMİR - Anadolu Agency
MHP leader Bahçeli has called on the prime minister to apply to the necessary state institutions to discover whether the voice recordings allegedly revealing corruption are real or fake.
PM Erdoğan’s alleged order to interfere in a court case provides more grist for the mill for CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu to continue pounding the premier
President Abdullah Gül has ordered Turkey’s State Audit Board (DDK), working under the presidency, to launch investigations into five topics
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has continued his salvo against the opposition during his party’s rally in the southern province of Adıyaman
The group commented on leaked recordings allegedly showing PM Erdoğan interfering in a case involving Aydın Doğan
ISTANBUL / Hürriyet
The lawyer of retired Gen. Tuncer Kılınç has filed a complaint against the judges for not putting his objection to the arrest into the operation for seven months
In a resolution passed on March 3, MEPs expressed deep concern at recent developments in Turkey concerning allegations of high-level corruption
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