Such a peace process: Turkish PM targets Kurdish Leader… ““Homeland Security Act Proposal Undermines in Human Rights…

Human Rights Watch released a report, warning the government on the new act proposal concerning Turkey’s homeland security. The parliament should reconsider the parts that expands police duties, the report said.
PM Davutoğlu declares that HDP co-chair Demirtaş will be responsible for any violence in protests against a controversial new security package
The Turkish president wants Ottoman Turkish taught to schoolchildren, a plan that has drawn widespread criticism from parents and political opponents.
Tracing the impact of the Ferguson uprising in Turkey

It seems that the time has come for Erdogan to return the favour and make a similar phone call to Obama. He has an excuse to do so now, which can only spell more heartache.

The protests in Ferguson is a wake-up call for many Americans to become more aware of the continuing racial divide in the US and to speak up against police brutality. Without a doubt, the recent failures of the American justice system should serve as a stark reminder for us all that injustices have always been a part of the norm in the US, and it is this very norm that needs to change. As Albert Burneko, in his widely circulated piece, aptly argues, “this is what America does. It is not broken. That is exactly what is wrong with it”.

‘Will you be head of the public and sit back? Such a thing is not possible. I will be a sweating president,’ Erdoğan had said at rallies prior to the election
Erdoğan has signed a decree that changes the institutional structure of the presidential office
Report (HUGO) November 2014                                                                                        Türkçe The Hacettepe University Migration and Politics Research Centre – HUGO M. Murat Erdoğan * The Hacettepe University Migration and Politics Research Centre

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