Pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party cannot appoint representatives in voting centres outside Turkey, Turkey’s Supreme Election Board decided on Monday.
A meeting was held on Tuesday, in Ankara to introduce the public to Green Left Party’s parliamentary candidates running in the May 14 elections.
The human rights watchdog Amnesty International called on Turkey’s top court to follow the European Human Rights Convention and related international law, and said that the HDP closure case should be withdrawn.
Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, the presidential candidate for six-party opposition Nation Alliance in Turkey’s upcoming polls, suggested on Monday that a new Middle East Peace and Cooperation Organisation will be established.
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