Turkey’s state-run TV refuses to air CHP ad ‘targeting gov’t’

The state-run Turkish Radio Television (TRT) has refused to air an election campaign advertisement by the main opposition party ‘because it directly targets the government,’
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has pledged full support to Turkey’s police force against any attempts to weaken it, in reference to the government’s fight against the Fethullah Gülen community, believed to have created a “parallel” state within the police and judiciary.

 

Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has emphasized the importance of maintaining a delicate balance between freedom and security, as he pledged his government would protect the freedoms of the Turkish people without jeopardizing their security.
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HDP leader Demirtaş had a family pose, having a wall carpet of…

 

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