Turkey ile ilgili hikayeler

Less than a month after the local elections, the ruling coalition partners, AKP and MHP, have reignited discussions on the 'new constitution,' a topic that has lingered on the national agenda for several months. This initiative is now prominently championed by Numan Kurtulmuş, the Speaker of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey (TBMM). Kurtulmuş emphasized that crafting an inclusive, democratic, and civilian constitution is a critical priority for the TBMM during this perio...Devamını Oku

Mustafa Erdoğan

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09 May 2024

Post-July 15 Trials

As long as the government's indifference to comply with the ECtHR's judgments continues, the violation judgments will continue. Each new violation decision means that the perception of lawlessness in the country becomes entrenched and entrenched. More importantly, it confirms that the judicial mechanism does not function pretty.

Ali Rıza Çoban

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09 May 2024

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Civil Society decision of the Constitutional Court

Despite the annulment of certain provisions that exerted pressure on civil society organizations, associations continue to face pressure through the requirement for annual audits.

Ali Rıza Çoban

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25 Nis 2024

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Towards Local Elections: TRT

Regrettably, these efforts to urge TRT to uphold impartiality have proven to be futile. With this biased approach, the ruling party and the public institutions under its influence are obstructing the electoral campaign process from being conducted fairly.

Ömer Faruk Şen

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28 Mar 2024

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Paul Benjamin Osterlund

A freelance journalist, writer, and translator, but first and foremost, a Kurtuluş local.

25 Mar 2024

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Experts have contended from the outset that the authoritarian presidential system introduced by the AKP government through the 2017 constitutional amendment does not constitute a suitable framework for a liberal-democratic system. Furthermore, they argue that it is incompatible with Turkey's tradition of a parliamentary system of government. As implied by its designation as the "presidential system of government" by its designers, this model envisions an authoritarian one-pe...Devamını Oku

Mustafa Erdoğan

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14 Mar 2024

Council of Europe's Memorandum on Freedom of Expression in Turkey

It emphasizes that journalists, human rights defenders, and civil society in Turkey are subjected to systemic repression and operate in a hostile environment under the threat of legal sanctions and that freedom of expression is under threat. In addition to legal pressure, journalists are subjected to physical attacks and smear campaigns by government-controlled media.

Ali Rıza Çoban

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14 Mar 2024

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Election Marathon and Electoral Economics in Turkey (I)

Consequently, in Turkey, elections take place under all kinds of economic circumstances.

Enes Özkan

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14 Mar 2024

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Latest on Crypto Law

As such, following the elections, the legislator in Turkey faces a delicate balancing act that will directly impact market dynamics and economic activities. At present, we can only await the correct calibration of this delicate scale.

Çağın T. Eroğlu

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29 Şub 2024

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Turkish Parliament Prefers Non-Compliance with the Constitution

The blatant violation of the Constitution by all state institutions has cast doubt on its validity, reinforcing the arbitrariness of the regime.

Ali Rıza Çoban

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16 Şub 2024

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