Cuma, Temmuz 20, 2018
AKP government and President Erdoğan announced last week that the state of emergency (SoE) which has been in effect since the coup attempt of July 18th, 2016, will definitely be lifted after a final SoE decree including regulations about...
The week just after the snap elections for presidency and parliament witnessed Justice and Development Party (AKP) government’s moves on the opposition parties, Republican People’s Party (CHP) and People’s Democratic Party (HDP). Firstly, Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has...
Labor Regime and Unionization in the Media Industry Emre Tansu Keten and U. Uraz Aydın Introduction The fundamental function of the large part of media, which is devoid of any kind of autonomy against the political field, has become the mouthpiece of...
The Presidential Government System brings a cabinet with 16 ministers; 4 offices alongside with 9 councils directly answering to the president that will work on issues concerning all ministries will also be founded. All authority and decisions will belong to...
The Presidential Government System has been put into effect after the presidential elections of June 24. It is now being discussed about the assignments compatible with the new system, the place of Nationalist Movement Party (NMP) in the new...
Incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was re-elected for a another five-year term, after securing 52.59% of the vote in the first round of the country's presidential elections and the Erdogan-led People’s Alliance also secured the majority at the parliament....
We are now elaborating on the case that Erdoğan would win the presidential election and the opposition would have the parliamentary majority in the June 24 General Election. What will happen as to the assembly? Hilal Köylü Once again our reference...
A few days to the June 24 Elections, Ankara lobbies opt for the scenario that even though Erdoğan wins the presidential race the Justice and Development Party (AKP) loses its majority in the parliament. What does this mean for...
While the snap elections are approaching very fast, last week concerns regarding the safety of the elections and the fairness of election campaigns have peaked in Turkey. While attacks on opposition party supporters, particularly the People’s Democratic Party (HDP)...
İdris Baluken, the former Group Deputy Chair of HDP, who is still under arrest in Sincan Prison, has recently written a novel called "Three Broken Branches" ("Üç Kırık Dal" in Turkish). The book, published by Dipnot Publishing House, will...