Main opposition Republican Peopleâs Party (CHP) introduces its own bill on the Kurdish peace process, a day after the ruling Justice and Development Partyâs (AKP) move on the issue A day after the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) submitted a bill providing legal framework for the ongoing Kurdish peace talks, the Republican Peopleâs Party (CHP) has introduced its own bill
Can you solve a problem by not naming it? That is how the Kurdish reconciliation process has been managed so far. Now, a new draft law on the issue was sent to the Turkish Parliament last week. The name of the draft law is rather telling of how the Kurdish reconciliation process has been managed so far.
The ongoing efforts to find the Kurdish problem a peaceful solution should not be a part of a political bargain, the Peoplesâ Democracy Party (HDP) co-leader Selahattin DemirtaÅ says The ongoing efforts to find a peaceful solution to the Kurdish problem should not be part of a âpolitical bargain,â Peoplesâ Democracy Party (HDP) co-leader Selahattin DemirtaÅ has said in an inter
The Interior Ministry has prepared a seven item draft code package on key matters discussed within the scope of the ongoing efforts to find a peaceful solution to the Kurdish issue.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ErdoÄan has insisted it should be voted on at Parliament before the body goes to recess June 1 for summer holiday.
Militants from the outlawed Kurdistan Workersâ Party (PKK) allegedly kidnapped seven villagers in a rural area of the southeastern province of ÅÄ±rnak late on June 22.
On June 20, that is tomorrow, Kemal KÄ±lÄ±Ã§daroÄlu, the leader of the social democratic main opposition Republican Peopleâs Party (CHP), will be in the pre-dominantly Kurdish-populated city of DiyarbakÄ±r, in Turkeyâs southeast, where he will attend an interesting meeting.