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• UK Supreme Court ruled that Scotland does not have the power to hold a new referendum on independence without the consent of England's government, a decision that sets back the Scottish government's campaign to break away from the UK. Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she would respect the ruling but will continue to fight for independence, adding that country's "democratic right to choose their own future" was at stake.

24 Kas 2022

• Elon Musk drew the wrath of Ukrainians from the president on down for Twitter posts urging Ukraine to seek a negotiated solution to the invasion by Russia and to cede Crimea for good. In addition: Musk also launched a Twitter poll asking citizens of recently-annexed occupied areas in Ukraine, along with the already-annexed Crime region, to decide if they want to live in Russia or Ukraine, suggesting that there should be another UN-monitored referendum in these...Devamını Oku

05 Eki 2022

• Russia announced that the four regions of southern and eastern Ukraine where referendums were held had voted to join Russia. Denounced by Kyiv and the West as illegal and rigged, these referendum results poised Russia to formally annex parts of Ukraine's occupied territories. What Ukraine is saying: President Volodymyr Zelenskiy warned that Russia's referendums held in the occupied areas and attempts to annex territory will result in no talks with Moscow as long ...Devamını Oku

29 Eyl 2022

• Ukraine urged the EU to impose economic sanctions on Russia for staging referendums in four occupied regions as a prelude to annexations, with Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba saying that Moscow's moves would not change Kyiv's actions on the battlefield. In addition, Kuleba said personal sanctions would not be enough of a punishment for the referendums, and that the eighth round of EU sanctions will tell how serious the bloc takes the problem of referendums. ...Devamını Oku

28 Eyl 2022

• Russian police arrested almost 750 people while dispersing protests against President Vladimir Putin’s order to mobilize 300,000 reservists to fight in the war in Ukraine. Putin’s call-up on Wednesday immediately sparked protests across cities in Russia as most Russian men ages 18-65 are automatically counted as reservists, and the order leaves room for more people to be called into service later. via Al Jazeera Meanwhile: Russian men who qualify for milita...Devamını Oku

26 Eyl 2022

• Russian-installed leaders in occupied areas of four Ukrainian regions set out plans for referendums on joining Russia this week. The so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics, as well as the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, announced they will hold their votes between Sept. 23-27. The four regions represent around 15% of Ukrainian territory or an area about the size of Hungary or Portugal. via Reuters What it means: Russian officials said referendum...Devamını Oku

21 Eyl 2022

• The Kremlin will hold "referendums" in occupied Ukrainian territories to annex them into Russia as early as September, with attention focused on the Donetsk and Luhansk regions in Ukraine’s east as well as the southern territories of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia. The international community is expected to reject any referendums as illegal, as it did when Russia held a vote in Crimea after seizing the peninsula in 2014.

22 Tem 2022



"De facto" parliamentary system: Legitimacy crisis or way out?

If the opposition wins the presidential election but fails to win a parliamentary majority, a "de facto" parliamentary system is on the agenda.

08 Tem 2022



Turkey is heading to elections. Nomination scenarios are on the agenda

While all kinds of activities and meetings are taking place, the only question mark in the public mind is: Who will be the candidates?

17 Haz 2022

• Danish voters favored a historic referendum , abandoning the country’s 30-year opt-out of the EU security policy and allowing Danish troops to take part in EU military missions. PM Mette Frederiksen said the move, which was approved by 66.9% of voters, sent "a very important signal" amid the conflict in Ukraine.

03 Haz 2022