A bill reforming family law for the first time in about 40 years will be introduced in Parliament in the coming days, introducing joint custody of children.
The new legislation stipulates that the child can spend one-third of the time with the parent they don't live with, instead of just the occasional weekend or holiday provided for currently.
Croatia's centre-right government on Thursday caved in to protests and withdrew a draft proposal for a new law defining the family that had infuriated activists.
Civil society groups welcomed the backdown - but said they were far from reassured and demanded to know who had been responsible for the wording.
A psychological warfare that components of the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) have recently started is a new perception operation. They started publicizing the full name of pilot Major O.K., who played a huge role in the prevention of the coup attempt on July 15, 2016 by informing the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) that Undersecretary Hakan Fidan would be kidnapped.
A pseudo mufti in the northeast province of Thrace wants a … referendum. And not just any referendum, but one to show people and other countries, as he maintained, “who and how many Turks there are in western Thrace.”
The statement belongs to one Ahmet Mete, who used the “referendum” idea to prove, as he claimed, that “150,000 Turks” live in the northeast Greek province.
BELGRADE - The Serbian government Saturday adopted amendments to the Law on Notary Public and an accompanying set of laws that lawyers had demanded changes be made to them.
The government adopted the proposals for amendments to the following set of laws - the Law on Transfer of Immovable Property, the Law on Extra-Judicial Proceedings, the Family Law and the Law on Inheritance.