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updated Sun. June 26, 2022

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Turkey's Supreme Election Board on Thursday announced the calendar for early elections in the country on June 24. According to the calendar, the presidential and parliamentary elections will start on April 30 which will be followed by the following timeline: April 30 - Political parties that will form a coalition ...

Turkey's Supreme Board of Elections (YSK) on April 26 announced the calendar for the June 24 presidential and parliamentary elections. Accordingly, the process for the presidential election will begin on May 1. Political parties are required to submit the names of their candidates by May 5. The final list of ...
The Turkish Parliament has approved a legislative package for the harmonization of the current election and political party laws based on the new electoral terms stipulated ... The package makes changes in laws on basic electoral regulations, lawmaker elections, political parties and presidential elections.
Local Bosniaks and Turks who reside in Bosnia and other Balkan countries are also expected to join in. The decision is to ... We will stop all election campaigns and related activities of Turkish political parties in our country,” Austrian Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz told a press conference on April 20.
Beginning with its first multi-party competitive election in 1950, Turkey long had a history of holding reasonably free and fair elections. Its election laws are far from perfect: The 10 percent threshold for political parties to enter parliament, introduced after the 1980 coup to support stable governments, ...
Although all elections are important in Turkish politics, the June 24 election will be particularly crucial. First of all, the presidential system will become fully operational after the election. Moreover, the vote will end the period of turbulence, which started in 2013. Between May 2013 and July 2016, Turkey was ...
The YPG is a key ally in Washington's war against Islamic State militants, but Ankara accuses the militia of being linked to the PKK, which is waging a decades-long Kurdish insurgency within Turkey. Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim slammed Washington for the recent creation of a Syrian political party ...


 

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