Turkey’s new PM to be chosen in AKP Congress where 13 Media Institutions banned.

Human chain to form Atatürk’s image. 26 August 2014. Ankara

6,000 people honor Atatürk’s memory by forming his portrait

13 media institutions, including Cihan News Agency, were restrained from broadcasting AKP congress on the account that they weren’t accredited. These 13 institutions will not attend the congress where Turkey’s new PM will be determined.
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