– Jacob Poushter – Oct 15, 2:50 AM

But Turks Share Negative Views of Foreign Powers As a result of a political deadlock stemming from the June 2015 parliamentary elections in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called a snap election, set for November 1, 2015. Even before the


Citizens are divided on their belief over the working of democracy in Turkey, with supporters of the ruling AKP far more satisfied with it than supporters of the opposition CHP, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center
Altıparmak in response to Davutoğlu’s statement “You cannot arrest someone as long as that person doesn’t realize the act or as long as there is no data concerning that act” has said “No one can justify such a ridiculous thing.”
İHD Diyarbakır in its report titled “Peace Despite Everything” has announced that 63 civilians killed, and nine civilians lost their lives for being caught in crossfire in the operations following curfew.
The Turkish government has revised its national income per capita from U.S. dollar terms into income based on purchasing power parity amid a dramatic loss in the Turkish Lira’s value against the dollar in its new Medium-Term Economic Program, which was published in the Official Gazette on Oct. 11
Two polling stations in Turkey’s southeastern province of Şırnak have been moved despite a decision by the Supreme Election Board (YSK) rejecting the relocation of ballot boxes for “security” reasons.
An Istanbul criminal court of peace ruled on Oct. 14 for the release of Today’s Zaman editor-in-chief Bülent Keneş, daily Zaman has reported on its website.

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