Konda’s censored (by Doğan Media Group) poll report here.

Censored because Yes votes are higher in the report…


Konda poll report here.

L?AKP, Diyarbakir, les Kurdes et le référendum du 12 septembre.

from YOL (routes de Turquie et d’ailleurs) by anne

Dans la région kurde, seuls deux partis sont capables d?attirer des foules : le parti kurde et l?AKP. La campagne pour le référendum du 12 septembre prochain ne déroge pas à la règle.  A Diyarbakir 10 000 personnes sont venues acclamer Recep Tayyip Erdogan au  meeting du 3 septembre,et elles étaient 50 000 deux jours plus tard à soutenir le BDP dans sa campagne pour le boycott.

Ahu Ozyurt: Turkey’s Referandum: Sunday Night Thriller

Turkey’s vote on constitution also a referendum on its premier
Washington Post
By Gul Tuysuz ISTANBUL – The battle between Turkey’s socially conservative, Islam-rooted government and the country’s more secular political establishment

Turkey?s chance for reconciliation | The Middle East Channel

FT.com / Comment / Opinion – Turkey faces the democracy test

BBC News – Recep Tayyip Erdogan facing crucial Turkey vote

Analysts: Kurds Could Determine Result of Vote on Turkey’s Constitutional Reforms | Europe | English

Referendum Turkey is about more than constitution

from Journalist in Turkey, background articles, news and weblog about by Fréderike Geerdink
ISTANBUL ? While the latest polls suggest that a majority of Turks will approve the package of constitutional changes in a referendum this Sunday, the campaigning came to a halt on Thursday. It?s Idul Fitri, and that makes Turkey quiet:: no noisy election caravans any more, no rousing music any more from stands of a […]

OECD Economic Survey of Turkey | Scoop News

Gehlen Organization and Ergenekon

from Mavi Boncuk by M.A.M

?It is the nature of an intelligence service that it must receive encouragement and support from the government of the day; if the government lacks interest in or expert understanding for its intelligence service, not even the best service will succeed in overcoming external prejudices against it.? These are the words of [Nazi] Reinhard Gehlen, chief of the German federal intelligence service, the BND (Bundesnachrichtendienst), in 1971, in his excellent memoir, The Service. (English edition: World Publishing, New York, 1972). Gehlen brought invaluable intelligence assets [Nazis] to the United States regarding Russia after World War II, and founded the BND which continues its important work to this day.

Referendum in Turkey raises fears of too much Islam in government

from Yahoo news
Largely Muslim Turkey is split over a referendum on changes to the Constitution. Once again, critics warn of the secular state going Islamic. Prime Minister Erdogan needs to build trust among those who fear he and his religious party have a secret agenda.

For more: Controversial reforms referendum divides Turkish population | Europe | Deutsche Welle | 11.09.2010

Turks head to polls for constitutionl reform vote

from EUobserver.com – Headline News

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