After 20 years, the situation Turkey has reached!
The situation we want to convey here, it doesn’t take TOO MUCH. If you watch the general press (newspaper, TV, etc.), a lot is read following a raid.
Education, Religion, Culture, Economy, Food, Environmental Pollution
And the youth…
We want to address these questions one by one.
First, we would like to address the essential questions of Justice.
Of course, you add the comments, we publish them.
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CHP men say 305 children are being prosecuted for insulting the president: ‘They’re even prosecuting children’
CHP Vice President Muharrem Erkek said of the Ministry of Justice’s “Court Statistics Report 2021”: “In 2021, 305 children were prosecuted for insulting the President. They are even prosecuting children. 22 children were sentenced to a sentence of conviction”.
Call from animal rights activists and lawyers: “Human and animal rights must be protected”
Animal rights activists and lawyers, meeting at the Istanbul Bar Association Cultural Center, reacted to the fact that the Animal Protection Law No. 5199 was not being properly implemented.
Lawsuit against suspects said to have ‘purchased property in Turkey’ with US $250m pandemic aid
Prosecutors in the US say 47 people found they had ‘received by misrepresenting’ and used aid given during the Covid outbreak in a different way than intended.
TÜİK continued! The court renders a judgment for ENAG
The Director of the Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK), Inflation Research Group (ENAG), Prof. Dr. Il filed a lawsuit against Veysel Ulusoy and requested an interim injunction not to publish the ENAG data. ENAG President Veysel Ulusoy announced the court’s decision on the matter on his social media account.
Articles on Turkey in the foreign press.
Corruption In Turkey, the revelations of a mafioso plunge Erdogan’s party into turmoil
Exiled to the Emirates, the baron of the underworld Sedat Peker regularly publishes videos with explosive content on the Internet. The latest to date accuse the AKP party of corruption. They have already caused the dissemination of two advisers to the president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
A senior member of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling party has resigned following a series of corrupt acts spread on social media by a fugitive crime boss.
Convicted felon Sedat Peker has become a cult following in Turkey using YouTube and Twitter to accuse key members of Erdogan’s team of everything from corruption to drug trafficking and even murder.