Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Ahmet Davutoğlu has accused two opposition parties of remaining indifferent to the cruelty in neighboring Syria, in a speech peppered with personal anecdotes and passages from Islamic history.
The CHP leader has said he feels “offended as a politician struggling for democracy” by the fact that PM Davutoğlu is repeatedly having his authority overridden by President Erdoğan
Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has repeated his call on the government to carry out efforts to solve Turkey’s decades-old Kurdish insurgency under the roof of Parliament
Arınç said members of the secretariat will not be the same as the members of the parliamentary delegations that visited Abdullah Öcalan in his prison on İmrali Island
Despite overall optimistic messages by Turkish government officials, a key Cabinet member has suggested that the jailed PKK leader actually fueled the fire during recent deadly protests
The suspects in Turkey’s recently dropped corruption probe have been summoned to testify as witnesses by the parliamentary commission tasked with investigating the graft claims against four ex-ministers
Turkey’s EU minister has echoed PM Ahmet Davutoğlu, maintaining that the draft law tightening security legislation is in line with European Union standards.
The ruling AKP and the opposition HDP hail the reinvigorated peace process, saying the Kurdish issue could be solved in as little as six months
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Abdullah Öcalan reportedly said that the peace talks with the Turkish government had entered a new phase since Oct. 15 and he was upbeat over the chances of success.
A secretariat will soon be provided for the jailed leader of the PKK to help in advancing the stalled peace process, a leading deputy of the Peoples’ Democratic Party has announced
One of the senior lawmakers of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), Pervin Buldan, has expressed indignation over a photograph supposedly depicting her daughter that has been widely shared on social media.
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