Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A parliamentary commission will decide today whether to send four ministers involved in the massive graft operation last year to the Supreme Council
Ala assures ministers that the Kurdish peace process will continue in full public order in the coming months
Deputy PM Arınç has opposed the detention of two media chiefs who were taken into custody during controversial weekend raids on journalists and television staff linked to Gülen
Turkey’s prime minister has vowed to 'cut off the arms' of those who attempt to engage in corruption, yet still describing last year’s graft probes as 'coup attempts”'
Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaş said Dec. 19 that street rallies are a legitimate “part of the resistance against executions.”
The Turkish Prime Minister will have the final word on whether the Chief of General Staff will be tried by civilian courts for incidents and decisions related to his position
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has pledged to respect the free will of its members of Parliament in an upcoming vote on regarding an inquiry into corruption allegations.
President Erdoğan says the judicial process is continuing "clean" and "according to the laws," while lashing out at the international criticisms over freedom of the press
Kılıçdaroğlu has said he will not attend ceremonies held each year in Konya in honor of Mevlana Jalaladdin Rumi, on the grounds that government officials have politicized the ceremonies
More than 100 people are detained following a police crackdown on a demonstration in central Ankara organized by a teachers’ union
A parliamentary inquiry commission will vote Dec. 22 on whether to send the four former ministers the Supreme Council over graft allegations
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