The Kayseri municipality has invested 200 million euros in a ski resort in the Erciyes mountain area. At the entrance of the ski resort stands a huge mosque, built by a local Kayseri philanthropist upon the request of former mayor Menmet Özhaseki, who is currently the minister for environment and urban planning.
I have recently come across Turkish author Gürbüz Evren’s book “Millet CHP diyecek (mi?),” which questions whether or not the Turkish nation will choose the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) in the forthcoming elections.
The cultivation of male hemp (a variety of cannabis) is allowed in 19 regions in Turkey with permission from the Food, Agriculture and Livestock Ministry.
The irresistible charm of rent has steadily increased the amount of land in Istanbul zoned for housing, construction and the human population.
The panel of “justice in the state” held on the last day of the “justice congress” left a mark on the phase of the congress.
Our colleague Utku Çakırözer, one of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) parliamentarians who used to be a journalist, has visited some journalists currently jailed in Silivri prison during Eid el-Fitr.
The Turkish media did not pay much attention to the early general elections held on March 26 in Bulgaria, the related incidents and their possible causes. Developments that concerned 650,000 Turkish voters remained behind our domestic referendum debates.
Before the early parliamentarian elections to be held on March 26 in Bulgaria, election campaigns have started causing tension between the two Turkish political parties there
The results of the “Turkish Policy Elites’ Perception on Turkish Foreign Policy and Greek-Turkish Relations” study conducted by the Center for International and European Studies (CIES) at Kadir Has University were recently released.