The summary of proceedings will be discussed in the first session of the General Assembly after the upcoming local polls, arliament Speaker Cemil Çiçek has said
Category: MEHMET Y. YILMAZ
If you consider all those leaked wiretapped phone calls, you may think the administrators of our country are all pious people.
Gov't officials say a phone call recording allegedly taking place between the PM and his son about how to is 'montaged,' while the opposition party defends the opposite view
The head of the main opposition CHP, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, has claimed that the leaked voice recording of a conversation between the prime minister and his son is genuine.
Justice Minister Bozdağ asked prosecutors whether the charges against the four ex-Cabinet members were about ‘crimes regarding their duties’ or ‘personal crimes’
President Abdullah Gül the ceremony for the opening of a new metro line in Ankara as an opportunity to deliver a message of 'unity for the sake of the country'
PM Erdoğan has described the illegal wiretapping of his home and office as 'espionage' while defending the purges within the police and the judiciary
The CHP has announced that it will soon file a censure motion against Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ, for committing a constitutional crime
Turkey’s authority to monitoring telecommunications admits making a ‘mistake’ in demanding the news sites to remove content related to a graft probe, after CHP’s Oran received such a demand
The investigation has been transferred to a prosecutor’s office dealing with anti-terror cases
The government will restrict eavesdropping amid illegal recordings, says PM Erdoğan, also giving details on the upcoming changes in the judiciary
Turkish government is working on a fourth democratization package that will abolish infamous
specially authorized courts and other special courts authorized by anti-terror laws
The government promised additional security measures for the local elections in the wake of an attack against the nationalist opposition party’s office
PM Erdoğan’s attack over graft against Mustafa Sarıgül is a sign of his panic at the prospect of losing elections in Turkey’s largest city, the CHP leader has said
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
Last year, Turkey ranked last among 34 nations, according to the OECD’s Better Living Index (based on 11 selected criteria including health, education, environment, personal security and income).
The CHP has rejected a proposal from the ruling AKP to amend Turkey’s top judicial body through a constitutional amendment instead of a controversial bill
Turkish Cypriot President Derviş Eroğlu is in Ankara to discuss the much-delayed new round of unification talks and bilateral relations between the two countries.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The weekly game of power chess in Turkey has started with the opening move by President Abdullah Gül who called all four party leaders with a group at Parliament in order to get their views
President Gül heeds calls to intervene in the judicial and corruption scandals, inviting opposition leaders to Ankara for tête-à-têtes on the issue
The main opposition has positively responded the ruling party’s proposal for a constitutional amendment but requested the withdrawal of a controversial judicial bill