Campaign: Stop the killer projects! Be the breath of İstanbul!

Kuzey Ormanları Savunması and İstanbul Kent Savunması invite everyone to sign the campaign against the killer projects in İstanbul's northern forests. To sign the campaign: nefesol.kuzeyormanlari.org To urgent attention of the members of international press and international community; This is time to unite for Istanbul.  This is time to mobilize for Istanbul. This is time to raise our voices and get mobili ...

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AKP takes over the public for June 7 elections

Turkey witnessed a first in the run-up to the June 7 elections as all public institutions, the public budget and the “impartial” post of president were all mobilized to ensure the victory of a single party in the polls. As such, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) veritably “took over the public” for the June 7 elections. The AKP demonstrated how the “advantages” of being in power can be abused during t ...

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AKP attacks and HDP endurance in the run-up to June 7: ‘Peace will come to this country!’

Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP), which set out with the aim of ensuring the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) would fail to cross Turkey’s 10% electoral threshold, campaigned under the de facto leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan with a fundamentalist, fascist, sexist, provocative and polarizing rhetoric. The hardening of the discourse also provided a green light to counter-guerrillas to ...

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Turkish health workers attacked and arrested for protesting dismissals

Police brutally attacked a group of dismissed health workers at the Maltepe university hospital in Istanbul, Turkey, on Tuesday 25 February after they tried to enter the hospital's offices. Protesters set up camp in front of the hospital last December to demand the reinstatement of 98 workers dismissed for demanding higher wages and shorter working hours, and for joining Dev Sağlık-İş - the health union of ...

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Is this the end of democracy? – Mehmet Taş

The political philosopher Francis Fukuyama, in an interview in 1992, predicted that  “after all, the collapse of communism and Soviet Union humanity would march slowly toward the global civilisation of freedom and peace”. Since then, millions have looked forward to seeing a peaceful and flourishing planet. However, a quarter of a century has passed, and hardly anyone could argue that we are any closer to th ...

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