It was a stormy day in December 2017. A half-century-old poplar tree fell down due to heavy wind at Kuğulu Park (Swan Park).
Even though Idlib, economic issues and educational matters have currently been the main topics in the national context, the first item on the local agenda is the upcoming mayoral elections.
Thanks to the rise in the democratic standards and the improvement in relations with the European Union between 2004 and 2009, Turkey was increasing its influence in a wider geography, starting with the Arab world.
Sergei Leonidovich Magnitsky was an accountant working as an auditor for the law firm Fireston Duncan in Moscow.
I have recently witnessed a heated debate among members and voters of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) in an Anatolian town.
The constitution that was approved in the April 17, 2017 referendum will officially come into force following the elections held on June 24. Turkey from now on will be ruled under a new system.
I have not visited the southeastern Diyarbakır province after the administration of the Diyarbakır Municipality was handed over to a government-appointed trustee. As I traveled from the airport to the city, I was impressed by how clean the city was, as well as the buildings and the roads. It was the same in the city center. Apparently, the municipality administration under the trustee is working hard to meet the fundamental needs of the city.
The number of citizens aged between 18 and 25 who were eligible to vote in the last elections was around 9 million. This number will surpass 10 million with those who will vote for the first time in the elections on June 24.
Regardless of what anyone says, every election that has brought Turkish voters to the polls has been very important and critical.