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SEDAT ERGİN

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Do Turkish taxpayers finance elections?

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

Erdoğan used the Prime Ministry’s official plane ANA when he went to Hatay as part of his presidential campaign last Sunday

Comment(s) 7/23/2014

Erdoğan’s presidential target: Transforming society

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

The most significant aspect of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s “Presidential Vision Document,” publicized last week with the title, “On the Path to New Turkey,” is that he is defining the presidential elections to be held next month

Comment(s) 7/19/2014

Though Haşim Kılıç counted on the Supreme Court judges…

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

Head of the Constitutional Court Haşim Kılıç said, “I have known our colleagues in the Supreme Court of Appeals [Yargıtay] for years. They have been conducting their duties successfully.

Comment(s) 6/25/2014

Censoring Mosul stories is unacceptable

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

One of the recent irritating tendencies is that the restrictions imposed on the freedom of the press through court orders have spread to grave extent, somehow adopting a systematic characteristic.

Comment(s) 6/24/2014

First results of the sectarian war in Iraq

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

With the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) taking over a very wide geography from the north of Iraq towards its center, we can say that not only within Iraq

Comment(s) 6/20/2014

Life’s new reality in Turkey: Refugees

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

The 'estimated' total number of refugees is pronounced as around 1,200,000 by a Turkish official. 220,000 are living in a total of 22 camps run by the state. The remaining live in several provinces

Comment(s) 6/19/2014

Scenes of humanity from the Syrian border

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

It is estimated that around 24-25,000 refugees live in Kızıltepe/Mardin district. The population of the town is 225,000. The number of Syrian refugees who live outside camps in Turkey is over 1 million

Comment(s) 6/18/2014

What does Öcalan think about the presidential election?

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

Regarding the course of the Kurdish issue, there is a truly perplexing situation. We are seeing two separate perspectives, which are exactly the opposite of each other.

Comment(s) 6/7/2014

How to review the Yalova and Ağrı elections?

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

Last Sunday, June 1, there were re-elections in Yalova and Ağrı, in which the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) lost in both

Comment(s) 6/5/2014

Full flow in rights violations in tear gas

SEDAT ERGİN writes:

In the first anniversary of the Gezi incidents last Saturday, May 31, especially in Istanbul, there were zone blocks through an army of police of unprecedented magnitude and the usual extremely excess use of force from the police.

Comment(s) 6/4/2014

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