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On June 24, Turkish citizens flocked to the polls with 86.2 percent voter turnout — very impressive given the absence of a fair and free election. Despite an enthusiastic campaign, leading opposition candidate Muharrem Ince and other opposition candidates Meral … Continue reading →
Speaking to Piero Castellano from Ahval News, an independent publication focusing on Turkey, Kader Sevinç discussed the impact of political headwinds in Turkey on the Turkish diaspora in Europe. Consistent with his anti-Western rhetoric, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has called … Continue reading →
Ahead of Turkey’s historic election, Kader Sevinç fielded questıons from Vincent Georis of L’Echo, a leading Belgian daily. Sevinç discussed at length Turkey’s economy, EU accession and the opposition’s prospects. “There is pressure applied to economists and analysts by the … Continue reading →
Kader Sevinç spoke to Jonathan Gorvett of Asia Times, commenting on the dynamics ahead of Turkey’s pivotal election. “In the southeast in particular, fundamental rights have been suspended with the state of emergency, and the situation is already very tense,” … Continue reading →