constitutional court Tag Archive

Three things that could ignite Turkey’s election

A series of important but low-key developments over the weekend could revolutionise Turkish politics in the seven months before next year's general election...

Sarıgül’s fight

On Friday morning Mustafa Sarıgül, darling of the non-CHP Turkish left, braved the cold Ankara weather to hand in a personal submission to the Constitutional Court. He was...

The democratic deficit in Turkey’s electoral system

The Constitutional Court changes the way MPs are allocated across Turkish provinces Supporters of proportional representation rejoice! Turkish voters have true equality in our...

Martians ‘invade Turkey’, Court dismisses case

People power finally in action at Turkey’s constitutional court One of the amendments brought in by last September’s referendum on constitutional change was the right...

What does Turkey’s referendum change? The Constitutional Court.

Summary of the proposed referendum changes to the Constitutional Court...

Is drug smuggling a military offence?

The AK Party bickers with judges over who should tried in military courts...