A significant columnist of Today’s Zaman asks:
In fact, Ahmet Turan Alkan, the Zaman columnist and one of the most literary writers in Turkey and whose writings are popular mostly among conservative democrats, had given a clear description of the situation in the country months ago.
Following the nearly 10-day break, the already-tense scene of Turkish politics is set to take up where it left off; with a heavy agenda.
The government knows that it has an obligation to draft a new Constitution, Bülent Arınç said, while admitting that would be unable to complete the task alone
The European Union’s annual progress report reflects the bloc’s reservations over the Erdoğan government’s handling the Syria conflict and the Gezi park protests.
Turkish admirals and five or six other high-ranking Turkish naval officers have reportedly resigned in protest of the verdict rendered in the “Balyoz” (Sledgehammer) case
When the Balyoz (Sledgehammer) investigation started on March 5-7, 2003
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has warned the Peace and Democracy Party officials
I had already argued that Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan’s reform package is more about upcoming elections, than democratization.
His further statements and other reactions in the past two weeks confirmed that Erdogan tries to re-position himself.
Sırrı Süreyya Önder has ruled out the possibility of forming an alliance with the main opposition CHP in the upcoming local elections.