Micro Social engineering at work: Erdoğan rebukes young footballer who has tattoos…. Presidential election updates…

A Turkish footballer has promised to remove his tattoos, following a rebuke by Prime Minister Erdoğan
A Hatay court has dismissed all demands of the arrests for the main suspect in the killing of the Turkish Gezi Park protestor Abdullah Cömert in its hearing on July 4.


Seven segments who will help get Erdoğan elected

Hurriyet Daily News

We now know the presidential candidates. I have to say it in advance, none of the three suit me. If you say “Recep Tayyip Erdoğan…”

Three presidential candidates make asset holdings public

Hurriyet Daily News
Alongside his two opponents, Turkish PM Erdoğan files his declaration of property ahead of the presidential polls in a first since the Dec. 17, 2013, graft probe.
Erdoğan promises an aggressive campaign, ambitious presidency

Hurriyet Daily News

Hinting at an an ‘ambitious presidency’ if he gets elected, Erdoğan also didn’t hide that he has prepared for an aggressive election campaign, in which he is likely to heavily use the ‘religion factor,’ Murat Yetkin writes
Erdogan, the lemon seller now Turkey’s ‘sultan’

The Nation

Erdogan’s overwhelming election successes have led to his increasingly authoritarian style, according to Ilter Turan, professor at Istanbul’s Bilgi University. “Since he took office, the prime minister has gradually shifted from pragmatist tendencies

How İhsanoğlu’s candidacy changed the mathematics of Turkish politics?

Hurriyet Daily News

After 12 years in power Erdoğan is no longer without alternatives. The shift is from one unknown as Erdoğan to three, including the Kurds
Erdoğan stands for Presidency, invokes Allah


Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan declared his candidacy today for a more powerful presidency which rivals fear may entrench authoritarian rule and supporters, especially conservative Muslims, who see it as the crowning prize in their drive to reshape Turkey, a NATO member, and an EU candidate.
Turkish PM to have 402 advisers with proposal approved by parliamentary commission

Hurriyet Daily News

A bill that will allow Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to have 402 advisers has been proposed by Ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) Bitlis deputy Vedat Demiröz.


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