Every political party has its unique internal power balance. Some consider their performance within the party, some look at what they can bring to the party, and some consider public expectations; whereas some have tried to come up with the lists by thinking of the different balances.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım devoted most of his speech at the İzmir Chamber of Commerce on April 28 to issues of transportation.
I went to Allianz’s inauguration ceremony in İzmir’s Gaziemir district on April 27.
I am grateful to my valuable colleague Nedim Atilla for introducing me to Cem Eskinazi. Cem is a designer, who gave me hope for the future and led me to realize once more what Turkish youth can achieve when there are enough opportunities.
Turkey might have serious problems, some of which are very complicated. However, there is one thing we certainly know: Education is the solution to all problems on all levels.
The latest statements from Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli have ended discussions for early elections in 2018.
I don’t know about other cities in Turkey, but many of the representatives of non-governmental organizations in the Aegean province of İzmir meet every month to discuss the agenda.
Hürriyet started its “No! To Domestic Violence!” campaign as a social responsibility project back in October 2004. It has continued it non-stop ever since.
We should fight against the mindset that forgets a three-year-old toddler on a school bus and tries to cover it up with many lies.