President invites Kemal Kiliçdaroğlu to inspect lavatories in his palace after secular party leader accused him of spending public money on luxuries
Turkey’s president has invited the country’s main opposition leader to inspect the lavatories in his lavish palace, insisting he would not find any gold-plated toilet seats.
In Turkey, parties need 10% to get into parliament or they lose their seats to bigger rivals. How would this system affect chambers in more established democracies like the UK, Germany and Australia?
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blasts editorial accusing him of a crackdown ahead of the 7 June election, telling the US daily to ‘know your place’