It is all fine. PM Erdoğan’s son legally cleared…

In Uncategorized on January 17, 2014 at 12:55

No arrest warrant for Turkish PM’s son, justice minister says

There is no arrest warrant for the PM’s son, Bilal Erdoğan, Justice Minister Bozdağ said


Turkey: Prosecutors in Corruption Inquiry Reassigned


Turkish officials on Thursday reassigned 20 prosecutors working on a corruption inquiry that has targeted the inner circle of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.


The BDP’s difficult choices over Dec 17

At last, the Kurdish movement had found an interlocutor who gave hope of a political solution and peace.

Council of Europe concerned over government’s ‘hasty’ judicial bill


‘I am seriously concerned by the speed which these proposals are making their way to the Parliament,’ the CoE’s commissioner for human rights, Nils Muiznieks, told Hürriyet in an interview

5 Key Prosecutors Are Sent Into ‘Exile’


Twenty prosecutors are appointed to different posts today. They are now effectively neutralized at inferior posts, tantamount to a professional exile.


Here are five key names in the list:

Political crisis and the question of rule of law in Turkey


Turkey’s rule of law is under severe strain and its judiciary is no longer independent. Halil Gurhanli explores why fears of a return to military command should not be underestimated amid corruption, escalating authoritarianism and embittered rivalry between the ruling AKP party and the Hizmet Movement

Major reshuffle in Turkish judiciary amid graft probe row


Turkey’s Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) reassigned 20 prosecutors in critical positions, including the Chief Prosecutor of Istanbul


Turkey faces coup attempts whenever it takes significant steps, interior minister says


Turkey faces coup d’état attempts whenever it makes economic progress and takes steps to resolve its major problems such as terror, Ala told ambassadors


Ruling AKP moves to expel deputy known for close ties with Gülen movement

The AKP has moved to expel yet another of its lawmakers, sending Istanbul deputy Muhammed Çetin to its disciplinary board for dissenting behaviour

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