Assembly in Turkey may open earlier for Kurdish bid… Let’s see what happens…

Assembly may open earlier for Kurdish bid: Turkish PM Erdoğan

Vowing to work and finalize his government?s self-proclaimed ?democracy package,? Prime Minister Erdoğan says

New faces, old ways: the dynamics of Turkish political leadership

Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan belongs to a strong leadership tradition. Contextual and personal factors, from a lack of intra-party democracy to an insufficient system of checks and balances have historically empowered Turkish leaders.

Turkey’s peace process faces fresh challenges

The PKK has said peace talks will fail unless Turkey’s government agrees to more reforms.

A De Facto Relationship: Turkey and the Kurds

The meeting between Prime Minister Erdoğan and Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani last week could be described as ?sweet and sour.?


BDP calls for rallies in Turkey’s restive frontier town

The Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) was set to organize a demonstration late Aug.4 in the restive Turkish-Syrian border town of Ceylanpınar

Turkey’s ruling AKP spokesperson says time needed for democratization

Ruling AKP spokesperson Hüseyin Çelik asks for time with the democratization process, says it?s impossible to accomplish everthing all at the same time


Turkish Parliament debates end of recess

The Parliament, according to house regulations, starts its annual recess on July 1 and reopens with a ceremony on October 1.

Turkey’s new charter to have article on domestic violence

While the Parliamentary Constitution Conciliation Commission introduced constitutional assurances against domestic violence, it also concluded the article about political party memberships


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