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1 July 2014 News Roundup

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  This week the race for presidential elections has officially begun between the three candidates. The media thus has focused on the candidates who will be voted to office for the first time in Turkey’s history, by the people rather than members of parliament. New judicial package legalising the Peace Process as well as re-regulating […]

11 March 2014 News Roundup

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  PM Erdogan’s wiretappings, reforms into the judiciary, continuation of Gezi protests formed the background of this week’s media coverage. International Women’s Day protests received high level attention, highlighting the dire need for the development of women’s rights in Turkey. National upsurge against a pro-Kurdish party has been disruptive as the date for local election […]

11 February 2014 News Roundup

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The new internet bill has dominated Turkey’s agenda, as well as the trials of the deaths of Gezi protestors. While the reallocation of judges, prosecutors and policemen continued, Turkish economy’s outlook has been termed “negative” by the international credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s. The new Internet bill raised concerns. The proposed amendments to the […]

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