On February 20, Türkiye was jolted by another earthquake with magnitudes of 6.4 and 5.8 in the devastated city of Hatay, killing six people and injuring 294. The country’s Disaster and Emergency Management Authority, AFAD, announced that Hatay’s Defne district was shaken by an earthquake of magnitude 6.4 at 20:04 (GMT +3) on February 20.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan may dissolve the parliament and lead the country to early elections in order to gain an electoral advantage. When you form the sentence like “the president may dissolve the parliament,” it sounds different than “if the parliament does not decide for early elections, the president may decide to bring it forward.”
The ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) “People’s Alliance” partner Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) officials said that they learned about the AKP’s visit to Kurdish-issue focused People’s Democracy Party (HDP) from the media. Their declaration of “not being informed about the visit” stirred the opposition backstages, one rumor followed the other. Everyone pointed nationalist leader
Ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) parliamentary group’s deputy chair Mahir Ünal announced his resignation from his position in the party on October 31, after his comments against early republican reforms stirred debate. In fact, Ünal’s seat began to shake when AKP’s “People’s Alliance” partner Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader Devlet Bahçeli made a harsher
Is the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) preparing for an early election? Had it not been for Hürriyet newspaper’s pro-government columnist Abdülkadir Selvi’s insight from AKP rooms, I would have thought that the rumor was circulated to spark speculation move in the stock market. However, after notorious mafia figure Sedat Peker publicized yet another