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Prof Osman Can

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  CEFTUS Westminster Debate “Structural Changes Ahead of the 2015 General Elections in Turkey” Professor Dr. Osman Can has been serving as a member of the Central Decision-Making and Administrative Committee of AK Party Since September 2012. He is Member of the AK Party’s Constitutional Committee, which leads the constitution-making process in Turkey. Professor Can […]

‘The Politics of Polarisation: Prospects for Democracy and the Rule of Law in Turkey’

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  CEFTUS Westminster Debate  Thursday, 19 June 2014 Macmillan Room, Portcullis House Keynote speakers: Writer and analyst Mr Gareth Jenkins and BBC World Service Broadcast Journalist Mr Guney Yildiz Chair: Ms Buket Bora of the Centre for Turkey Studies This CEFTUS debate was kindly hosted by Andy Love Labour MP for Edmonton. Summary Gareth Jenkins […]

‘The Politics of Polarisation: Prospects for Democracy and the Rule of Law in the Run-up to Turkish Presidential Election in August 2014’

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  The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS) is delighted to invite you to a Westminster Debate with Istanbul based writer and analyst Mr Gareth Jenkins and Senior Broadcast Journalist of BBC World Service Mr Guney Yildiz.  Please find short biographies of speakers below. The public collapse of the alliance between Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and […]

18 March 2014 News Roundup

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  Funerals of Berkin Elvan, Burakcan Karamanoglu and a police officer, election rallies in several cities and releases of Ergenekon suspects occupied this week’s news. The deepening political polarisation that Turkey is suffering has continued to damage the country’s social and economic dynamics. Gezi victim Berkin Elvan who was in a coma for 269 days […]

4 March 2014 News Roundup

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  The reverberations of the wiretapping scandal of PM Erdogan dominated the news this week. The new bills on HSYK, Turkish National Education and the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) caused various reactions within the country. The Human Rights Association revealed shocking statistics regarding human rights violations in 2013. While Turkey’s energy dependency is expected to […]

CEFTUS Insights Interview with Abdurrahman Kurt

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  London, September 2013* Abdurrahman Kurt is former AKP MP for Diyarbakir and member of the Wise People Commission on the Kurdish peace process. Our discussion with Abdurrahman Kurt began with his political background. He described how, like many others in the region, he did not use to vote. Faced with Turkey’s ‘deep state’, most […]

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