More than 9 million vehicles illegally passed through toll bridges and highways in 2013, Transportation and Communications Minister Lütfi Elvan has said
Ceremonies will be held all over the country today to mark April 23, National Sovereignty Day and Children’s Day
The CHP has left the door open for the government’s plans to amend the election law on the condition that it actually strengthen democracy
The leaders of all political parties in Parliament gave speeches on the occasion of the April 23 celebrations, during which National Sovereignty and Children’s Day was marked
MHP leader Bahçeli slammed Erdoğan’s message on the incidents of 1915, while the CHP was more welcoming
Category: ŞÜKRÜ KÜÇÜKŞAHİN
In the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP), the Central Executive Board (MYK) first and then provincial heads, Party Assembly (PM) and deputies met one after another and examined the election results.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Mehmet Ali Şahin is the deputy chairman of Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Parti), in charge of policy.
Turkey’s political scene is again being riveted by a debate over May Day, with the government vowing to block ceremonies in Istanbul’s iconic Taksim Square
Opposition voices have harshly criticized a recent interview with chief corruption probe suspect Reza Zarrab, which was broadcast on pro-government A Haber TV.
The CHP says last month’s knife-edge vote in Ankara was marred by fraud, including problems with vote counting
Faruk Loğoğlu from CHP has expressed concerns about potential fraud in the overseas voting system
Six commanders from the Turkish Navy’s Gediz Frigate are under arrest, meaning only one commander from the boat remains free.
The Supreme Electoral Board (YSK) has canceled the results of local elections in the northwestern province of Yalova.
Controversy is growing over changes to Turkey’s Forestry Law, as it has emerged that the new regulation also paves the way for the pouring of excavation waste into forests
PM Erdoğan is planning a tour of European countries throughout May in an attempt to woo the nearly 2.6 million Turks living abroad
Category: TAHA ÖZHAN
The outcome of the March 30 local elections rendered Turkey’s political landscape since 2007 even more visible, allowing detailed analyses to be drawn.
Category: AHMET HAKAN
This is official: Tayyip Erdoğan has defeated Fethullah Gülen. This open victory has empowered both Erdoğan and the warriors around him with enormous self-confidence.
The new electoral system is expected to allow the AKP to increase its number of lawmakers by 25
Many of the cram schools are run by followers of the U.S.-based Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, who has been locked in a bitter feud with PM Erdoğan
The Turkish government’s new intelligence bill will strengthen the authoritarian aspects of the legacy of the 1980 coup rather than usher in a period of greater freedom, the opposition says
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