Öcalan says finalization in 2-3 weeks, Erdoğan says peace process starts after PKK militans leave Turkey…

Kurdish peace process will start after PKK militants leaves Turkey, PM Erdoğan says

from Hurriyet Daily News
Any peace process in Turkey will only start after members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers? Party (PKK)

Öcalan calls for finalization of process in two to three weeks

from Hurriyet Daily News
The imprisoned leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), Abdullah Öcalan

Jailed PKK leader Öcalan to call for cease-fire: Reports

from Hurriyet Daily News
Abdullah Öcalan, the imprisoned leader of the outlawed Kurdistan

Turkish PM, BDP tightlipped over Öcalan?s message

from Hurriyet Daily News
A day after a key meeting between the jailed leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers?…

Referendum ?way out? for new charter

from Hurriyet Daily News
The current impasse at the panel tasked with drafting the new Constitution could be broken with a popular referendum, Justice Minister Sadullah Ergin said.

CHP Responds PM’s Remarks on Angry Mobs

from Bianet :: English
“PM Erdogan claimed that Turkey’s two main opposition parties attempted to provocate the Kurdish deputy wind up crisis. He should instead focus on resolving the ongoing crisis with all his administrative powers,” CHP Interim Chairperson Umut Oran told bianet.

Judicial changes aim to reduce human rights violations

from Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey?s higher courts are undergoing structural changes in order give way to fewer violations.

Government sends 4th judicial package to Turkish Parliament

from Hurriyet Daily News
A much-expected judicial reform package aiming at has been sent to Parliament the government?s spokesperson has said.

Erdoğan, Çiçek meet on charter timetable

from Hurriyet Daily News
With only five weeks remaining until the expiration of the mandate for the parliamentary panel tasked with writing the new Constitution..

Terrorism in Turkey ? who sent Ecevit Sanli?

from WhirledView by Patricia H. Kushlis
By Patricia H. Kushlis
On February 1, Ecevit Sanli, a Turkish suicide bomber, blew himself up at the entry to the US Embassy compound in Ankara.   He also murdered a Turkish guard and wounded several other people who happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. Sanli turned out to belong to a far left Turkish organization ? called the Revolutionary People?s Liberation Party-Front – which first appeared in the 1970s when left and right political extremes engaged one another in pitched gun-battles on city streets.

?Coup cleansing? might be delayed

from Hurriyet Daily News
The Constitution Conciliation Commission has signed a crucial agreement in the last week..

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