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Turkish constitutional reform forges ahead as parliamentary commission approves proposed amendments
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Turkish constitutional committee approves amendments increasing number and reducing minimum age of deputies
28 December 2016The Parliamentary Constitutional Committee on Tuesday adopted the first three of the 21 articles of the constitutional amendment package that will allow Turkey …
Turkey's nationalist opposition hints at support for constitutional shift to presidential system
11 November 2016The leader of Turkey's nationalist opposition indicated on Thursday that his party might support constitutional changes that could give President Tayyip Erdogan…
Op-ed: Will Turkey really reinstate the death penalty?
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