Very strange days: The ruling party relies on an alleged letter by Öcalan to discourage Kurdish citizens voting for İmamoğlu…

AA claims Öcalan called on HDP to remain unbiased in Istanbul election | Ahval

Abdullah Öcalan, the leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), has sent a statement

Öcalan’s Lawyers Share the Details of Their Meeting with Öcalan and His Messages

Having met with PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan in İmralı Prison on June 18, his lawyers have stated that Öcalan
Social Media Reactions to Announcement of Öcalan’s Letter by Academic Özcan

After imprisoned PKK leader Öcalan’s letter on İstanbul repeat elections was shared with the public, the letter has sparked

HDP: Change in Our Election Strategy Out of Question

After PKK leader Öcalan’s letter, the HDP has said that their strategy for the İstanbul election rerun is consistent with his

Kurdish militant leader tells Kurds to stay neutral in Istanbul election

ANKARA (Reuters) – The imprisoned leader of the Kurdish militant group PKK, Abdullah Ocalan, called on supporters of a pro-Kurdish political party to …

Erdogan says opposition candidate’s alleged insult could bar him from Istanbulmayoralty

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan intensified pressure on the opposition candidate in a re-run election for mayor of Istanbul by …

Council of Europe to observe Istanbul rerun elections

A delegation from the Council of Europe’s Congress of Local and Regional Authorities will observe the June 23 Istanbul rerun elections, the …

Ruling AKP could stain Turkish democracy by rejecting Istanbul result | Ahval

Istanbul is the largest city and economic engine driving Turkey, but this alone does not explain…

Explainer: What is at stake in Istanbul’s election re-run?

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Voters in Istanbul will head back to the polls on Sunday to choose a mayor, after Turkey’s election authority scrapped the results …

Prof Barkey: Istanbul elections will leave Erdoğan before two major choices | Ahval

U.S. academic Henri Barkey evaluates the Istanbul elections, which will be held on June 23,
Around 4,000 judges have been purged since a failed 2016 coup and replaced with inexperienced judges operating in a climate of fear.

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