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Turkey: President Erdogan re-elected ruling party head

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Recep Tayyip Erdogan elected to post for 7th time after winning all valid votes
Dilan Pamuk   |
24.03.2021
ANKARA
Turkey's president on Wednesday was unanimously re-elected leader of the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party in a congress in the capital Ankara.
After being nominated by top party officials, Recep Tayyip Erdogan was re-elected chairman for a seventh term at the party’s 7th Ordinary Grand Congress.
Out of 1,431 ballots, Erdogan got 1,428 valid votes, and there were three spoiled ballots, according to Ali Ihsan Yavuz, the party’s deputy chair.
Speaking after the vote, Erdogan thanked his fellow party members for deeming him worthy of the post.

Turkey plans to shut down pro-Kurdish opposition party - ruling party official

Turkey's government plans to shut down the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), the ruling AK Party's deputy parliament chairman was quoted as saying on Tuesday, the most senior official to endorse nationalist demands for its closure.

Turkey plans to shut down pro-Kurdish opposition party - ruling party official

Turkey's government plans to shut down the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), the ruling AK Party's deputy parliament chairman was quoted as saying on Tuesday, the most senior official to endorse nationalist demands for its closure.

Turkey's human rights plan 'ignores attacks on freedoms'

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ANKARA: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s long-awaited human rights action plan fails to acknowledge a significant deterioration in individual freedoms over the past decade, critics claim. 
The plan, which was prepared with EU funding of 1.3 million Turkish liras ($177,000), was unveiled by the Turkish leader on Tuesday.
Erdogan said that the ultimate aim of the action plan “is a new civilian constitution.”
The plan seeks to strengthen freedom of expression, international human rights standards and the judicial system, but neglects to detail specific measures concerning arbitrary detentions, long-term imprisonment or restrictions on demonstrations.  
However, legal experts and ordinary citizens expect not more words, but deeds from the country’s rulers in light of Turkey’s weak record on human rights, with the imprisonment of thousands of journalists, politicians and rights activists on terror-related charges.

Pro-Kurdish party risks ban as Turkey launches probe |

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Turkey’s top appeals court has launched an enquiry into the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) over alleged links to militants in a step that could ultimately lead to a ban on the third biggest party in parliament, officials said on Wednesday.

Turkey Passes Law Extending Sweeping Powers Over Social Media

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Turkey Passes Law Extending Sweeping Powers Over Social Media
The legislation extends control over platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Critics worry it will be used to stifle dissent and criticism of the government.
A new law in Turkey requires large social media companies like Facebook to open offices in Turkey and remove content deemed offensive, or risk stiff penalties.Credit...Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
July 29, 2020
Turkish lawmakers passed legislation on Wednesday that would give the government sweeping new powers to regulate social media content, raising concerns that one of the few remaining spaces for free public debate in the country could fall under greater government control.

Uproar as Three Turkish Opposition MPs Detained

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Turkish police on Thursday detained three opposition lawmakers after the parliament stripped them of their jobs, triggering furious charges that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government is seeking to further consolidate authoritarian rule.
The parliament controlled by Erdogan's AKP party barred an MP from the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) and two others from the Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) from serving in the assembly, the parties said.
The move lifts their parliamentary immunity, paving the way for their imprisonment as courts have previously sentenced them on espionage or terror-related charges.
HDP MPs Musa Farisogullari and Leyla Guven said on Twitter they were detained hours after the removal of their parliamentary mandates.

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ISTANBUL — Turkish police on Thursday detained three opposition lawmakers after the parliament stripped them of their jobs, triggering furious charges that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government is seeking to further consolidate his rule.
The parliament controlled by Erdogan's AKP party barred an MP from the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) and two others from the Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) from serving in the assembly, the parties said.
The move lifts their parliamentary immunity, paving the way for their imprisonment as courts have previously sentenced them on espionage or terror-related charges.
HDP MPs Musa Farisogullari and Leyla Guven said on Twitter they were detained hours after the removal of their parliamentary mandates.

Roundup: Turkey to release 90,000 prisoners amid COVID-19 outbreak - Xinhua


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ANKARA, April 16 (Xinhua) -- Turkey started to release thousands of prisoners starting from Wednesday in a bid to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 among the overcrowded population in the prisons.
Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its ally Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) supported the bill that paved the way for the release of the 90,000 inmates, semi-official Anadolu Agency reported.
Justice Minister Albdulhamit Gul revealed there had been the first outbreak among the prisoners, with a total of 17 confirmed cases including three deaths.
In televised remarks, the minister said all cases were reported at open prisons, where there are usually minimum level of restrictions on the inmate movement. Inmates in these facilities usually serve for light offenses.

The Latest: U.S. State Department official dies from virus


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March 31, 2020
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— Top Moscow doctor positive, shook Putin’s hand.
— With highest death toll, Italy holds minute of silence.
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WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says a State Department official has died from the coronavirus, the first American fatality among the U.S. diplomatic corps from the pandemic.
Pompeo didn’t give details about the official who passed away or where the person contracted the disease. He says about four to five dozen State Department employees had tested positive for the virus, including locally employed staffers at a handful of the 220 U.S. embassies and consulates abroad.

Turkish Prisoner Release Bill Sparks Concern Among Rights Activists

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As Turkish authorities proceed toward legislation permitting the release thousands of prisoners to try to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, several rights groups are criticizing the government for excluding imprisoned dissidents, human rights defenders and journalists.
On Tuesday, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), with the support of the allied opposition Nationalist Action Party (MHP), submitted a draft bill to the Turkish parliament to address prison overcrowding during the COVID-19 pandemic. If it's approved, Turkey will either temporarily or permanently release up to 90,000 inmates.
Human rights advocates say that while it is necessary to look for ways to reduce the prison population in the middle of the pandemic, this decision comes within the existing political and legal context in Turkey, which allows the government to use its anti-terrorism laws arbitrarily to target political dissents.

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