The president Abdullah Gül by approving this bill and many similar bills proves himself to be the good cop of a very corrupt regime…
President Abdullah Gul signed a measure into law on Friday that makes it a crime to administer emergency first aid without government authorization.
Turkey has extended a purge of official bodies to the banking and telecoms regulators and state TV, firing dozens of executives in moves that appear to broaden Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan‘s backlash against a corruption investigation. The authorities have already sacked thousands of police officers, dozens of prosecutors and some state television officials in response to the corruption
The Turkish PM has sternly responded to claims that members of his family, especially his son Bilal Erdoğan, might be involved in corruption
Turkish President Abdullah Gül says the ruling and opposition parties might find a solution if the amendments are not brought to the General Assembly next week
Parliament?s Justice Commission has approved a ruling party-led set of amendments that will give the government significantly more control over the HSYK
Suspected Gulenists such as Zekeriya Oz, who is leading a corruption probe that has rocked Turkish politics, are accused of mounting a judicial coup