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Ayşe Özer: DEVLETİN KADRAJI

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2013 at 22:46

DEVLETİN KADRAJI

Yabancı Dil Sınavında sınav salonuna giren ÖSYM görevlisi salondaki kameranın kadrajını ayarladı ve gitti. Hey dostum, “kadrajı kurduğun yer bile politiktir”. Lütfen sınavda burnunuzla oynamayınız. Sonra birileri seyredecekti bunu. Film en azından konulu olmalıydı. Kamera, üzerinde “emeğiniz emanetimizdir” yazan kaleme zum mu yaptı? Film hayli distopikti belli ki, salona ancak şeffaf su şişelerinde sokulabiliyordu su. Frigo yerine devletin verdiği şekerler yeniyordu beynin glukoz ihtiyacı için.

Devletin kadrajı kopyayı çekeni görmüyordu, o nedenle salona anahtara girilemiyordu. Emanet birimi olarak okulun kantini hizmet veriyordu. Bir tost, bir şeffaf su, alın bu da araba! Biri emanete vermeye korkmuştu da, arabasının anahtarını çorabının içine sokuvermişti. Emek, emanetti devlete. Sinemadan çıkan adam dünyayı değiştirebilirdi, sınav anı kameraya alınan adam da o emanet kalemle bir isyan türküsü yazar mıydı? Devletin kadrajı görmezdi nasılsa. O kadraj ki Salacak’tan baktığında silüeti değişmemiş görüyordu. Boğaz manzarasının orta yerine diktikleri gökdelenler yetmemişti ki emanetimiz olan emeğimize de göz dikmişlerdi. Devlet sinemayı da, sinemadan çıkan adamı da sevmiyordu. Cuma namazından çıkan adamı seviyordu devlet. Kadraja hep o girsin isteniyordu. Şehre bir film gelmişti, iklim değişmişti hani? Yayları çıkmış koltukları bahane ediliyordu sinemanın, yan taraftaki AVM’nin sineması ne güne duruyordu? Emanetin teslim edildiği el, bir mezopuan ile flulaştırırken arka planı, seyircinin gözü hep esas oğlanın üzerindeyken Emek bir izzet-i nefis meselesi oluyordu. Su püskürtülüyordu Nisan yağmuru gibi, şeffaf su şişelerinden mi? Kasklarının arkasındaki rakamlar polislerin sicil numaralarıydı. Bu numaralara zum yapan kameramanlar da dövülmeliydi. Emek’imiz emanetti devlete ve onun dar kadrajına.

 

 

John Kerry in town, talks focused on Syria, Mideast

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2013 at 22:29

Israel’s Livni rules out Turkey role in Middle East talks – for now

from Hurriyet Daily News

Israel’s lead peace negotiator Tzipi Livni ruled out Turkey taking an immediate role.


U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (L) shakes hands with Turkey’s Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul April 7, 2013, in this handout photo provided by the Turkish Prime Minister’s Press Office. Kerry said on Sunday it was not up to Washington to set a deadline for Turkey and Israel to normalise ties but stressed the importance of restoring a full relationship between the two. REUTERS/Kayhan Ozer/Turkish Prime Minister Press Office/Handout

Turkey can play key role in Mideast peace: Kerry

from Yahoo news

US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that Turkey can play a major role in the Middle East peace process, calling it a “vibrant and energised” country.

John Kerry hints at Iran nuclear negotiations deadline after talks stall

from World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk by Matt Williams

US secretary of state says talks over Iran’s nuclear programme are not an ‘interminable process’ while calling for patience

US secretary of state John Kerry said Sunday that the door remained open for a diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear ambitions but that talks could not go on forever.

 

Israel and Turkey Pull Together

from Yahoo news

Both countries fear spillover from the civil war in Syria, and are particularly concerned with the fate of Syria’s stockpile of chemical weapons, reports Mike Giglio.

Kerry in Turkey for talks focused on Syria, Mideast

from Yahoo news

US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Turkey Sunday to discuss Syria’s civil war and the Middle East peace process as well as to bolster the Turkish-Israeli rapprochement brokered two weeks ago by Washington.

Kerry Moves to Help Turkey and Israel to Restore Ties

from NYT > Turkey by By MICHAEL R. GORDON

The ties of Turkey and Israel have been frozen since 2010, but Secretary of State John Kerry is to meet with Turkey’s premier to discuss an agreement between the nations

 

Turkey says Cyprus crisis is chance to end division

from Yahoo News Photos

VILNIUS (Reuters) – Turkish President Abdullah Gul said on Wednesday the financial crisis in Cyprus presented an “important opportunity” to end the division of the island, split between the Greek

Assad: Turkey lying about war in Syria

from Yahoo News Photos

DAMASCUS, Syria, April 6 (UPI) — Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is lying about the Syrian uprising, contributing directly to the deaths of Syrians, President Bashar Assad said.

FM says claims of Turkey -Israel pact against Syria ‘groundless’

from Yahoo news

Turkey ‘s foreign minister on Saturday hit back at Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s claims in an interview that Ankara made a pact with Israel against Damascus.

Turkey can be key to Middle East peace process: US top diplomat

from Hurriyet Daily News

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry discussed.

 

Kerry presses Israel, Turkey to mend ties

from Yahoo news

ISTANBUL— Israel and Turkey must stick to their agreement to end a nearly three-year estrangement as a building block for wider Mideast peacemaking, Secretary of State John F. Kerry said Sunday. Kerry did not sugarcoat concern that Muslim politics in Turkey could delay or derail the deal struck last month among President Obama and the volatile leaders of two key U.S. allies. He added stops in

Turkey’s another shame: Violent intervention to Emek Theatre protest in Istanbul…

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2013 at 18:38

Costa-Gavras joins at Emek Theater protest

from Hurriyet Daily News
A group of thousands, including director Costa-Gavras and many actors, marched to Istanbul’s iconic Emek Cinema Theater.

#OpIsrael Imagery Anonymous vs. Israel today. @theRedHack

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2013 at 16:56

 

Cyberculture roundup: Anonymous launches massive cyber assault on Israel #OpIsrael

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2013 at 16:41

AFP Photo / Gabriel Bouys

Anonymous launches massive cyber assault on Israel

Anonymous’ hackers launch cyberattack on Israeli sites

Fox News

JERUSALEM – A weekend cyberattack campaign targeting Israeli government websites failed to cause serious disruption, officials said Sunday. The attacks following warnings in the name of the hacking group Anonymous that it was launching a massive

Hackers attack Israel, but damage ‘minimal’

from Hurriyet Daily News

Hackers have launched an assault on Israeli websites, but the damage has been minimal..

 

 

WikiLeaks Party unveils Australian election plans

from Hurriyet Daily News

Whistleblowing group WikiLeaks unveiled plans to field candidates in at least three states in Australia’s elections.

 

Twitter complaint starts probe

from Hurriyet Daily News

Eight public servants working at a local administrator’s office are under investigation for not responding.

 

 

E-trade volume in Turkey rises by 20 percent

from Hurriyet Daily News

E-commerce volume in Turkey has boomed in the first two months of the year with a 19.5 percent increase from the same period a year earlier.

 

Schneier and Zittrain on digital security and the power of metaphors

from …My heart’s in Accra by Ethan

Bruce Schneier is one of the world’s leading cryptographers and theorists of security. Jonathan Zittrain is a celebrated law professor, theorist of digital technology and wonderfully performative lecturer. The two share a stage at Harvard Law School’s Langdell Hall. JZ introduces Bruce as the inventor of the phrase “security theatre”, author of a leading textbook on cryptography and subject of a wonderful internet meme.

Explained: Bitcoin and its dramatic plunge in value today

from The Next Web by Alex Wilhelm

TV Advertising Still Dominant, Still Growing

from Mashable! by Lauren Indvik

 

Google Challenges Secretive National Security Letter in Court

from Mashable! by Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai

What Google’s WebKit Fork Means for the Web and Web Developers

from Wired Top Stories by Scott Gilbertson

Google is breaking away from WebKit, the rendering engine that currently powers the company’s Chrome web browser. Google has forked WebKit to create its own rendering engine, dubbed Blink. While it may dash the dreams of those hoping for a WebKit-only web, Blink is good news for the web and web developers.

15-Year-Old Zuckerberg’s Angelfire Site Is Better Than Facebook

from Mashable! by The Daily Dot

 

On Reddit, good links rise to the top — but it can sometimes take a few attempts to get there

from Nieman Journalism Lab by Caroline O’Donovan

Special Series: Online Advertising, Evolved

from MediaShift

If the banner ad isn’t dead, it’s certainly on life support.

Once upon a time (actually, not so long ago), there was one way to advertise online: the almighty banner ad. But, the banner ad just didn’t do enough. It didn’t fully take advantage of the medium, it was hard to track, and it certainly didn’t keep up with the lightning speed at which the medium changed.

Digital Magazines Dive Into Native Advertising

from MediaShift

Ah, that awkward moment when you’re interviewing someone about online advertising and you have to pause to quit your ad-blocking browser plugin so you can view a sample ad.

Facebook’s long road to “mobile best”: HTML5, native apps, and now Home

from The Next Web by Ken Yeung

 

Don’t Hate Google for Reader — Award It the Nobel Prize for Books

from Wired Top Stories by Wired Opinion

Given that literary fame is so fickle, it might make more sense to anoint a work that’s mutable — an all-encompassing text that changes at the pace of society itself. Today there is such a work. And that is why, in 2013, the Swedish Academy should award the Nobel Prize in Literature to Google. The idea isn’t as implausible as one might think.

 

Politics roundup: Constitution writing impasse.. Wise people meet with the PM, who have actually chose them…

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2013 at 15:54


Papers should fire ‘wise men’

from Journalist in Turkey, background articles, news and weblog about by Fréderike Geerdink

It was another victorious week for Prime Minister Erdogan: he managed to get the Turkish media further under his control. And the media are not even protesting. On the contrary, they are willingly and with a smile accepting Erdogan’s proposal to make propaganda for the peace process that the government is (supposedly) initiating. At the

 

Terrorism cost Turkey $300 billion in 3 decades: Turkish PM

from Hurriyet Daily News

PM Erdoğan points to the economic benefits of ending the Kurdish issue, noting that violence has cost the country $300 billion in 30 years


Turkey’s Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan makes his address during a meeting with the ‘wise people’ commission in Istanbul April 4, 2013, in this picture provided by the Turkish Prime Minister’s Press Office. Erdogan chaired an inaugural meeting of the ‘wise people’ commission, who will be consulted on a peace process with Kurdish militants. The commission is made up of academics, journalists and performing artists, and established by the government to promote the peace process nationwide. REUTERS/Kayhan Ozer/Turkish Prime Minister Press Office/Handout

Wise Persons’ panel to help shape resolution process: PM Erdoğan

from Hurriyet Daily News

The work of the “Wise Persons” commissions will determine the path and method that the government follows during the resolution process, Turkish PM said.

Wise Persons panel a ‘PR move,’ says main opposition leader

from Hurriyet Daily News

The Wise Persons panel formed by the government to contribute to the ongoing peace process on the Kurdish issue is a mere public relations attempt.

 

AKP’s votes decrease as opposition rises, Poll says

from Hurriyet Daily News

Popular support for the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has decreased..

Osteoporosis of Turkish economy in 10 years of AKP governments

from Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey’s economic growth under AKP rule conceals fragilities, like an osteoporosis disease that spreads without showing obvious symptoms.

 

Jailed PKK leader Öcalan wrote new letter, BDP leader Demirtaş says

from Hurriyet Daily News

Abdullah Öcalan, the jailed leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), has written

Parties submit own Constitution drafts as gaps remain

from Hurriyet Daily News

Parties submitted their drafts to the parliamentary council in charge of writing Turkey’s new Constitution on April 5.

 

Kurds, Turkey Face Impasse Over Withdrawal

from Yahoo News Photos

Turkey ‘s peace process with Kurdish militants faces a hurdle as the rebels demand legal protection to prevent any military attack on them during their planned withdrawal after decades of fighting, a call rejected by the government. The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) declared a cease-fire with Turkey last month in response to an order from its jailed leader Abdullah Ocalan after months of talks ..

Two opposition parties refuse to provide members for Kurdish issue panel

from Hurriyet Daily News

The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has announced that it will not take

The Curse of Ataturk

from NYT > Turkey by By ANDREW FINKEL

It’s a major problem for Turkey’s Kurds that the notion of “Turkishness” is both ill-defined and staunchly defended

 

Kurdish political movement at the crossroads

from Hurriyet Daily News

The perpetrators of the 1980 military coup were convinced that any political movement against the official.

Plans yet unclear as wise people reflect on commission meeting

from Hurriyet Daily News

Plans regarding how the government-formed Wise Persons’ Commission will contribute to the ongoing peace process

 

Turkish ruling party’s Kurdish bid panel offer hits opposition wall

from Hurriyet Daily News

The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has announced that it will not take.

Erdoğan’s order, laws and the Turkish Armed Forces

from Hurriyet Daily News

Although the negotiations between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Abdullah Öcalan.

Will government take opposition into the Kurdish ‘peace’?

from Hurriyet Daily News

The government took 3 steps at once on April 3 regarding the ongoing Kurdish “peace process,”


Are liberals the AKP’s ‘useful idiots?’

from Hurriyet Daily News

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, the founding dictator of the Soviet Union, is often cited as the inventor…

AKP official clarifies his remarks regarding ‘liberals’

from Hurriyet Daily News

Babuşçu said a part of his speech given in a meeting with a think-tank

 

Why Kurdish politicians should start learning the language of development

from Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey is in a process of reconciliation. After 30 years of armed Kurdish uprising.

“Bitcoin: The Cyberpunk Cryptocurrency- A slideshow

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2013 at 14:35

EFD Rights Watch: “Anatolia news agency to start broadcasting in Kurdish in September

In Uncategorized on April 7, 2013 at 01:09

Anatolia news agency to start broadcasting in Kurdish in September

from Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey’s leading public news agency will begin broadcasting in Kurdish from Sept. 1.

Kurdish singer Ahmet Kaya’s widow still at odds with Turkey

from Hurriyet Daily News

Iconic Kurdish singer Ahmet Kaya’s widow rejects the recent apologies for the harsh protests when Kaya has said he would sing in Kurdish in 1999

 

Inmate University Student Allegedly Commits Suicide

from Bianet :: English

Harun Torgay, an inmate university student, allegedly committed suicide at Sincan high security prison after his first hearing yesterday. An Ankara court ordered to transfer him to Forensics Institute for judicial competence due to psychological instability.

Male Violence December 2012 Full Report

from Bianet :: English

According to data compiled by bianet, male violence left 12 women dead, and 14 raped in December 2012. The most male violence cases were reported in Istanbul.

 

Attacks on Elderly Armenian Women in Turkey Awaken Fears

from NYT > Turkey by By TIM ARANGO

The violence recalls a tortured past and, perhaps, hints at future tensions as Turkey prepares to face the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide.

 

Military prosecutor given 9 years in prison for ‘abuse of power’

from Hurriyet Daily News

An Istanbul court has sentenced former Air Forces Judicial Undersecretary Col. Ahmet Zeki Üçok to nine years..

Agos head Koptaş and writer Kıvanç investigated for insulting ‘Turkishness’

from Hurriyet Daily News

The editor-in-chief of Agos, Robert Koptaş, and writer Ümit Kıvanç are being investigated for allegedly insulting Turkishness over comments on Hrant Dink trial.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry coming with loaded agenda, EU hails adoption of law on foreigners.. A FP roundup…

In Uncategorized on April 6, 2013 at 20:54


Kerry to ask Ankara to join Middle East peace

from Hurriyet Daily News

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will stage his second visit to Turkey in two months this weekend.

Turkey and Israel Feel the Effect as Syria’s Civil War Fuels Tensions at Borders

from NYT > Turkey by By SEBNEM ARSU and RICK GLADSTONE

Turkey’s threat to prosecute or expel 130 refugees, and Israel’s growing concerns about injured Syrians coming across the border, are the latest signs of how Syria’s war has destabilized the region.

 

EU hails adoption of law on foreigners

from Hurriyet Daily News

The EU has welcomed Turkey’s adoption of a law on foreigners and international protection.

Ankara: Europol’s report ‘misleading’

from Hurriyet Daily News

The Turkish capital has voiced regret over a recently released report on organized crime in Europe.

 

Eyeing EU, Turkey adopts migration and asylum law

from Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey, on a renewed push to join the EU, has adopted a long-awaited law to regulate..

 

Kerry coming with loaded agenda

from Hurriyet Daily News

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will be in Istanbul for talks with his Turkish counterpart

Turkey dismayed at lack of US partnership on second nuclear plant: Minister

from Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey expected to form a partnership with the United States to build Turkey’s second planned nuclear plant, Energy Minister Tamer Yıldız said

 

Turkey: Does Ankara Hold the Key to Ending Cyprus Financial Woes?

by Acturca

EurasiaNet.org (The Open Society Institute) April 4, 2013 by Justin Vela * Turkey’s potential as a regional energy hub could help alleviate the financial turmoil hitting the divided Mediterranean island of Cyprus, analysts say. But before any steps are taken, Ankara would like to see movement toward a resolution of the decades-long conflict between Greek

 

Northern Cyprus sees hope in water pipeline

by Acturca

International Herald Tribune (USA) Thursday, April 4, 2013 By Erica Gies, Istanbul Economic link to Turkey viewed as solution even amid environmental fears. Even as the Cypriot government struggles to ward off financial disaster, the authorities in the northern part of the divided island are quietly pushing ahead with a project to link their territory

 

New Border Tensions Erupt in Syrian Conflict

from NYT > Turkey by By SEBNEM ARSU and RICK GLADSTONE; Sebnem Arsu reported from Istanbul, and Rick Gladstone from New York. Nick Cumming-Bruce contributed reporting from Geneva, Isabel Kershner from Jerusalem, and Neil MacFarquhar from the United Nations

Turkey’s threat to prosecute or expel 130 refugees, and Israel’s growing concerns about injured Syrians coming across the border, are the latest signs of how Syria’s war has destabilized the region.

Obama wants Kerry to pursue Turkish-Israeli mediation until full normalization

from Hurriyet Daily News

US President Obama has requested his secretary of state to pursue mediation between Turkey and Israel, the US State Department said.

Kerry Returns to Mideast to Bolster Israel- Turkey Ties

from Yahoo News Photos

Secretary of State John Kerry will return to the Middle East this weekend for talks with Israeli, Palestinian and Turkish leaders, according to a U.S. official.

 

Jordanians and Turks Are Focus of Syria’s Ire

from NYT > Turkey by By RICK GLADSTONE

President Bashar al-Assad’s government accused Jordan and Turkey of “playing with fire” by aiding Syrian rebels.

Turkish President Gül slams EU visa policy for Turkey

from Hurriyet Daily News

Turkish President Abdullah Gül criticized yesterday the European Union over its slow visa procedures

INTERVIEW- Turkey seeks deeper energy relationship with Iraq, Kurdistan

from Yahoo news

By Orhan Coskun ANKARA, April 4 (Reuters) – Turkey would play an active rolein any arrangement in Iraq under which crude oil export revenuesare shared between the central government and the northern IraqiKurdistan region, Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said on Thursday. Yildiz told Reuters in an interview Turkey stood ready tosupport an arrangement under which 83 percent of oil exportrevenue went .

 

Champions League 2013: European newspapers’ reaction

from World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk

Real Madrid’s rout of Galatasaray surprised no one in Spain and Málaga get grudging praise in Germany

 

 

Real Madrid v Galatasaray

Wednesday night’s trouncing in Madrid meant there was no David and Goliath story for the Turkish media to report on and Thursday morning belied a sense of mourning. Yet they do make every effort to excuse the defeat.

Turquie – Union européenne : sortir du numéro de clowns tristes

by Acturca

Libération (France) 3 avril 2013, p. 22                                                Türkçe Jean-François Bayart * En repoussant aux calendes chypriotes l’éventualité d’une adhésion de la Turquie, l’Union européenne (UE) a fini par créer une situation dont elle pourrait bien se repentir dans les prochaines années. Comme l’aurait pronostiqué, en février, Günther Öttinger, le commissaire européen à l’énergie

 

Turkey Takes Steps Toward Europe

by Acturca

The Wall Street Journal (USA) April 3, 2013, p. 5 By Emre Peker, Istanbul Ankara has taken steps to reaffirm ties with Brussels, despite angry rhetoric over a customs agreement with the European Union, in an effort to find shelter against troubling political and economic developments in its region. In an interview, Turkey’s Deputy Prime

Compensation talks with Israel to start next week: Foreign minister

from Hurriyet Daily News

Turkish and Israeli officials will start talks on compensation over Mavi Marmara raid next week

 

Shift of axis: What future PKK eyes in Syria, Iraq

from Hurriyet Daily News

With the Turkish government’s ongoing reconciliation efforts with the country’s Kurds, the latter’s leadership…

 

Turkey and Israel: A ‘what next?’ mindset

by Acturca

The Jerusalem Post (Israel) April 3, 2013, p. 13 By Can Kasapoglu * A Turkish academic asks what the two countries should do next Following the early signs of rapprochement between Turkey and Israel, analysts on both sides focused on why and how this was happening. Meanwhile, many columnists voiced their opinions about who should

Sultan Erdogan: Turkey ‘s Rebranding Into the New, Old Ottoman Empire

from Yahoo News Photos

In the eyes of secularists, the Europe-facing, Western-dressing, cocktail-toasting modern nation-state is being replaced by a religiously conservative one, headscarf by headscarf.

 

German Vice Chancellor to visit Turkey

from Hurriyet Daily News

German Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Philipp Rosler will pay a visit to Turkey.

Turkey eyes end of Cyprus dispute amid push for EU entry

from Yahoo News Photos

Iraq PM softens tone on Turkey, says rapprochement welcome

from Hurriyet Daily News

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said he would welcome rapprochement with Turkey, softening his hostile rhetoric fuelled by Ankara’s engagement with KRG.

White House confirms PM Erdoğan’s meeting with Obama on May 16

from Hurriyet Daily News

Washington confirmed today that US President Barack Obama will meet with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Washington on May 16.

Turkey, UN plan ‘Retreat Center’ for mediation acts

from Hurriyet Daily News

Ankara is working with the United Nations to establish a “Retreat Center” in Istanbul, to be used for…

 

 

Yeni Anayasa Gündemi: “Dört partiden anayasa önerileri

In Uncategorized on April 6, 2013 at 18:46

Dört partiden anayasa önerileri

from Hürriyet ANASAYFA

ANAYASA Uzlaşma Komisyonu’nu oluşturan dört parti, son aşamayı oluşturan Başlangıç, Genel Esaslar ve diğer hükümlerle ilgili öneri paketlerini sundu.

 

 

CHP’nin Anayasa metni taslağı

Gerçek Gündem

Bu Anayasa’ya sahip çıkacakları ve meşruiyetini yitirmiş herkese karşı direnme hakkını kullanacakları inancı ile, gelecek kuşaklara emanet ve tevdi ediyoruz. Genel Esaslar Devletin şekli. Türkiye Devleti bir Cumhuriyettir. Cumhuriyetin nitelikleri

 

Avukatlar, anayasa, terörle mücadele ve barış sürecine katkı sağlamalı”

Bugün

Kayseri Barosu Başkanı Avukat Fevzi Konaç, Türkiye’nin hukuk devleti olma yolunda mücadele verirken bu konuda baroların ve avukatların susmasının asla kabul edilemeyeceğini söyledi. Konaç, “Anayasa yapılması, terörle mücadele, barış süreci gibi

 

CHP’den anayasa çalışmalarına eleştiri

GazeteA24, hem okumak hem izlemek için

Gözünü başkanlık ve eyalet hırsı bürümüş olanlar, anayasa tekliflerini dikkatle okuyunuz. Bunlar devletin bölünmezliğini birlikte kaldırmak istiyorlar, anayasaya bir tür şeytan ayeti sokmak istiyorlar. Millet bunları görmüyor mu dersiniz?

 

TBMM Anayasa Uzlaşma Komisyonu Üyesi MHP’li Bal Açıklaması

Son Dakika

Meclis’te gazetecilerin sorularını yanıtlayan Bal, Anayasa Uzlaşma Komisyonu’nunda, bugün son bölüm önerilerinin verilmesi kararının 15 gün önce alındığını, bütün partilerin bugün saat 17.00′de önerilerini teslim etmesinin beklendiğini söyledi

 

Samsun Barosu, Anayasa Sürecinden Ümitli

Haber 3

Çelenk koyma töreninin ardından Samsun Barosu’nda düzenlediği basın toplantısında, yeniAnayasa tartışmalarıyla ilgili açıklamalarda bulunan Başkan Anıl, “Anayasa tartışmalarının geçen süreç içinde henüz tamamlanamamış olması ve bu konuda yeterli

 

CHP anayasa önerisini açıkladı

Hürriyet (Basın Bildirisi) (Blog)

“Çatalhöyük’ten bu yana toprağı yoğurup, uygarlığı inşa eden, bin yıldır dostlukla yaşayan; Balkanlardan, Kafkaslardan, Orta Asya’dan, Mezopotamya’dan yollara düşen, Anadolu’da buluşan kadim uygarlıkların mirasçısı olan Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Ahalisi;

 

İşte BDP’nin ‘Anayasa’ metni

Gerçek Gündem

Halk, iktidarını, esasları kanunlarla gösterilmiş olan seçimler, halk oylaması ve halk inisiyatifi aracılığıyla ve Anayasanın koyduğu esaslar dâhilinde yasama, yürütme ve yargı organları eliyle kullanır. (2) Yasama yetkisi Türkiye Büyük Millet

 

CHP’den sürpriz Anayasa çıkışı

Akşam

CHP’den sürpriz Anayasa çıkışı. 05 Nisan 2013 Cuma – 17:25 – Aksam.com.tr. CHP, yeniAnayasa’nın ‘Başlangıç’ ve ‘Anayasa’nın değiştirilmesi’ maddelerinde sürpriz öneri yaptı.(Aksam.com.tr). İLGİLİ HABERLER. Taraf ‘Akil adamları’ KAP’a bildirdi

 

AKP’nin Anayasa taslağında değiştirilemez maddeler yok

T24 (Basın Bildirisi)

AKP, TBMM Uzlaşma Komisyonu’na sunduğu anayasa taslağında, mevcut Anayasa’da bulunan “Anayasa’nın birinci maddesindeki devletin şeklinin cumhuriyet olduğu hakkındaki hüküm ile, ikinci maddesindeki cumhuriyetin nitelikleri ve üçüncü maddesi

 

Kuzu: Yeni anayasa çalışması iyi gitmiyor

Dünya Bülteni

Meclis Anayasa Komisyonu Başkanı Prof. Dr. Burhan Kuzu, “2010 yılında yapılan referandum sizlerin seçtiği bizleri iktidar yapmıştır. İlk kez Türkiye tarihinde sivil hükümet kendi ağırlığını hissettirmiştir bu memlekette” dedi.

 

Başkanlık teklifi sunuldu

HABERTURK

AK Parti, başkanlık sistemini içeren anayasa teklifini TBMM Başkanlığı’na sundu Sonra Oku. AK Parti yeni anayasa için öneri niteliğindeki taslak metinini TBMM Başkanlığı’na sundu. Partinin önerisinde “Türk Milleti” kavramı değişmeden yer alırken

 

4 farklı ‘Türk’lük önerisi!

HABERTURK

Siyasi partiler, Anayasa’nın ‘Başlangıç’ bölümüne ilişkin önerilerini dün TBMM Başkanlığı’na sundu. Önerilerde AK Parti ‘Türk milleti’, CHP ‘Türk ulusu’ ifadesini kullandı. MHP ‘Türklük’ vurgusunda ısrar ederken, BDP etnik kimliklerin Anayasaya

 

BDP önerisinde çarpıcı ayrıntı

Akşam

BDP önerisinde çarpıcı ayrıntı. 05 Nisan 2013 Cuma – 19:38 – Aksam.com.tr. Barış ve Demokrasi Partisi’nin (BDP) TBMM Başkanlığı’na verdiği Anayasa taslak önerisinde, çok dikkat çekici bir ayrıntı yer aldı.(Aksam.com.tr)

 

Anayasa’daki ‘sakat’ ifadeler çıkarılıyor

Dünya Bülteni

Aile ve Sosyal Politikalar Bakanı Fatma Şahin, anayasada yer alan ‘çürük’, ‘sakat’ ve ‘elverişsiz’ gibi ifadeleri çıkaracaklarını söyledi. Şahin, “Anayasanın 94 maddesinde yer alan bu ifadeleri kaldırıyoruz. ‘Kelimelerin ne önemi var?’ denilmemeli.

 

“Türk milleti kavramı Anayasa’da yerini aldı”

CNN Türk

Bir gazetecinin Anayasa’dan Türk tanımının çıkacağı yönündeki iddialarla ilgili sorusu üzerine,anayasa çalışmalarının Meclis Anayasa Uzlaşma Komisyonu tarafından yürütüldüğünü belirterek, “Çözüm süreci de gündeme geldikten sonra da Türkiye’de bazı

 

Sebahat Tuncel: En önemli aşama anayasa

Radikal

Bundan sonraki aşama da Anayasa sürecidir. Eğer gerçekten Türkiye’de demokratik özgürlükçe bir anayasa geliştirilmezse tekrardan başa dönebilir ve daha kötü şeyler yaşanabilir” diye konuştu. (

 

Kararı Anayasa Mahkemesi verecek

GÜNDEM | DW.DE

NSU davasında Türk basın mensuplarına sabit yer ayrılmaması üzerine Sabah gazetesi, Federal Anayasa Mahkemesi’ne başvurdu. Öte yandan Türkiye’nin Berlin Büyükelçisi Karslıoğlu da duruşmayı izleyeceğini bildirdi.

 

Muhalefet anayasa konusunda hazır değil…

Haber 27

Yeni anayasa çalışmalarında hükümetin binbir meşakkatle çalıştığını dile getiren Şentop, ”Anayasa konusunda gerekeni yapacağız. Bunu üç parti, iki parti ya da bir partiyle yapacağız. Yeni anayasayı AK Parti açısından kiminle yapmanın bir önemi yok.

 

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