Monthly Archives: April 2012

Article-CHP Deputy Chairman Faruk Logoglu: The Kurdish issue: deepening the regional dimension and gaining velocity

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FARUK LOGOGLU With the winds of change sweeping the region, the Kurds of Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Syria are coalescing into an interconnected collectivity. Today the Kurdish issue is not a disparate issue of the separate countries where they live, … Continue reading

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Turkish News Folder, 4 April 2012

Kilicdaroglu interviewed by Kurdish newsportal Rudaw CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu is following through with his promise to “take any risks with his political career” to solve the problems of Kurdish citizens inTurkey.  He was interviewed by Kurdish news site Rudaw; … Continue reading

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AKP plans to choke Turkish labor movement

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A bill currently being debated in the parliament plans to end free labor movement in Turkey by imposing several layers of restrictions on the right of association and organization on the work floor.  According to experts, if the law passes … Continue reading

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Kilicdaroglu interviewed by Kurdish newsportal Rudaw

CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu is following through with his promise to “take any risks with his political career” to solve the problems of Kurdish citizens in Turkey.  He was interviewed by Kurdish news site Rudaw; this is what he had … Continue reading

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Kilicdaroglu questions the Fatih Project exemption

Contrary to the by-laws of the Parliament, AKP snuck a rider to the Education Reform bill that exempts up to US$20 billion of tenders under the aegis of Fatih Project, an ambitious project to give each school student a free … Continue reading

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Chief Justice accuses the government of “encircling the judiciary”

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Well, you have to hear it from the horse’s mouth.  Chief Justice of Turkey’s Supreme Court, the Constitutional Court, Mr. Hasim Kilic served a stern reminder to the government not intervene in the affairs of the  judiciary: After comments from … Continue reading

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