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A Turkish politics roundup: “More than 400 detained since Turkey’s Erdoğan’s judicial reform announcement

Dr. Gülsüm Kav, co-founder and representative for Turkey’s We Will Stop Femicide Platform (KCDP),…
While the rate of women employees in the public sector is 60 percent in OECD countries, it’s only 25.31 in Turkey, according to the Genel-İş union report.

Erdoğan slams Kavala, Demirtaş, closing door on hopes for their release | Ahval

CHP İstanbul chair to be reinvestigated for ‘violating privacy of Presidency’s communications director’

Kaftancıoğlu is accused of having a party member take photographs of allegedly illegal construction work by the communications director.

Presidential adviser Arınç resigns after dispute with president

Presidential High Advisory Board member and former Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç resigned on Nov. 24 after his division

Bülent Arınç resigns from Presidential High Advisory Board

Criticized by President and AKP Chair Erdoğan for saying that Selahattin Demirtaş and Osman Kavala should be

Minister Soylu slams male violence: ‘Shame on you’

Minister of Interior Soylu has addressed men: “Come to your senses. You might be physically strong, but what kind of a shame is that? What do you satisfy? What do you prove? What do you ensure? What feeling do you glorify? Shame on you.”

Arınç resigns from presidential council amid judicial row with Erdoğan | Ahval

Former Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç has resigned from the High Advisory Council of…
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) on Tuesday…
While Erdoğan has responded to Presidential High Advisory Board member Bülent Arınç’s criticisms about the continued arrest of Kavala and Demirtaş, he has also reiterated that “Turkey is an inseparable part of Europe.

ECtHR: Turkey violated freedom of expression of journalist, MP Ahmet Şık

Şık had spent 14 months in prison in a “terrorism-related” case against Cumhuriyet newspaper.

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