Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has put an end to speculation over the timing of next year’s parliamentary elections.
A historical synagogue under restoration in the northwestern province of Edirne will not be turned into a museum, a top state official has said, despite earlier remarks from the province’s governor.
Main opposition CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu accuses the government of directing Turkey’s spy agency to plot against his party
A lawmaker from the main opposition CHP has been selected as Turkey’s most outstanding young person in the field of politics, law and public administration
Some of the main opposition lawmakers have stated that they were not surprised by their leader’s claim that the government and the country’s intelligence agency are conspiring against their party.
Turkey’s opposition parties have increased the volume in their demand for more transparency in the Kurdish peace process amid growing dissatisfaction with the amount of information that has been shared by the government on the matter.
Category: ÖZGÜR KORKMAZ
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, among all other things that should surprise him – such as how a bunch of jihadist murderers control half the land of your country’s two southern neighbors – has been baffled by a very simple question.
A Turkish war veteran tells his story: 'My entire body shook; I flew in the air and fell down. I looked down, I had no left arm.'
A government-led reform package adopted by Parliament in March 2014 prohibited discrimination and hate crimes, but not on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity
CHP Secretary General Gürsel Tekin has criticized the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality’s decision to possibly hold a referendum for construction plans in Gezi Park
Main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) deputy Candan Yüceer has sent a parliamentary question to Turkish Culture Minister Ömer Çelik, claiming that an “office assistant” was irregularly appointed as a consultant of the head of the State Theaters (DT).
In an apparent response to salvoes by the main opposition CHP, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has strongly refuted any blame for the sufferings of Alevi citizens.
Funerals were held on Nov. 19 for eight miners who died in a mine disaster in the southern Anatolian town of Ermenek
A group led by former Interior Minister İdris Naim Şahin has taken the first step toward founding a new political party called the “Nation and Justice Party.”
Category: TARHAN ERDEM
When I read Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan’s “In order to grow faster, we need to make structural reforms,” I read the rest of the statement to fully understand the concept “reform.”
A parliamentary commission’s long-anticipated report on Turkey’s biggest-ever mine disaster in the Aegean district of Soma has been censored
The number of unemployed people in Turkey is 5.5 million, much higher than the official figures, according to a deputy for the main opposition Republican People’s Party
The setting up of a protocol table and stand for a mayor in a mosque in Kayseri has come under fire from the provincial head of the main opposition CHP, who slammed the move as “inappropriate” and “political.”
The CHP leader has renewed his call for the PM to launch an effective probe into the corruption claims engulfing former government officials
The HDP co-leader has raised the bar in an ongoing debate over an almost century-old tragedy that took place in eastern Anatolia where thousands of people were massacred
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