Some of Trabzon people support Erdoğan by seeing him as “the spiritual leader” of AKP, some lean to other parties now that AKP’s not like before.
Turkish security forces will take extraordinary measures to provide security during the June 7 elections, as 150,000 police officers will be on duty during election day
Bulletin PISM, no. 57 (789), 3 June 2015 The Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) Pinar Elman * The 7 June parliamentary elections will be the most critical for Turkey in recent years. The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) is unlikely to get a sufficient majority to introduce a strong presidential system without checks […]
All four major parties and a coalition party that will participate in Turkey’s upcoming June 7 elections have announced their election manifestos. Here is our infographic summarizing their policies on social issues including women rights, faith and education.
Kurdish problem-focused HDP’s campaign bus in eastern Turkey was ranked by unknown attackers, body of driver was recovered twenty-five meters from the bus
An independent parliamentary deputy candidate, who had gone missing in a district in the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa late on May 30, was found handcuffed and beaten up on June 3 in the neighboring province of Gaziantep