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
Opposition voices have harshly criticized a recent interview with chief corruption probe suspect Reza Zarrab, which was broadcast on pro-government A Haber TV.
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.
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
President Abdullah Gül has called on Turkish business leaders to remain optimistic despite political tensions in the country
CHP has strongly objected to Erdoğan’s conjecture that the current Constitution grants “executive power” to the president to be elected in August via popular vote
Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli has displayed his resolve for calling Reza Zarrab a “charlatan,” despite having been sued for such wording.
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
For many, the Tuesday speeches of leaders as well as the language they use in public rallies could be categorized as hate crimes
The CHP is open to discuss appointing a co-leader to management for better representation of the youth, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu said
Businessmen see the future of the Turkish economy bright, but want political tensions to ease, Turkey’s top business representative has said
The gov't is seeking to build a Gestapo-like regime through a bill that will turn Turkey’s national spy agency into an intelligence coordination body working directly under the PM: CHP
CHP will not leave behind corruption claims associated with some senior government officials, including the PM Erdoğan, Kılıçdaroğlu said
Category: AHU ÖZYURT
After the local elections in Turkey, liberal intellectuals and Istanbul-based columnists have a new sports activity, and it is called non-stop CHP bashing
Category: YILMAZ ÖZDİL
Distinguished Professor Enver Ziya Karal gave history lessons. Other professors gave zootechnics lessons, economy lessons as well as agriculture and geography
Category: ÖZGÜR KORKMAZ
Turkey has always been a somewhat polarized country, but the rising tension within the society, especially since the launch of a graft probe against members of the government on Dec. 17, 2013
Category: MURAT YETKİN
An Ankara court ruled for the conditional release of Orhan Övet on April 9, a day after he was arrested for a fist-flying attack on main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader
Lawmakers at the Turkish Parliament have no safety, parliamentary administrator Malik Ecder Özemir has said
Parliamentary speaker Cemil Çiçek held a lengthy meeting with the deputy parliamentary group chairs of the four main political parties
Category: MUSTAFA AKYOL
Turkey’s Constitutional Court took a very important decision last week, which gave relief to millions, but also enraged others.
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