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Human Rights in Turkey

|By U.S. State Department | Mar. 04, 2017| EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Turkey is a constitutional republic with a multiparty parliamentary system and a president. A unicameral parliament (the Grand National Assembly) exercises legislative authority. Binali Yildirim succeeded Ahmet Davutoglu as prime minister in...
|By The Amnesty International| Feb. 2016| TURKEY Republic of Turkey Head of state: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan The human rights situation deteriorated markedly following parliamentary elections in June and the outbreak of violence between the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and the Turkish armed forces...
| By Amnesty International Charity | Amnesty International Report 2014-2015 Republic of Turkey | Head of state: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (replaced Abdullah Gül in August) Head of government: Ahmet Davutoğlu (replaced Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in August) Following the 2013 Gezi protests and the rupture with...
|By HRW (Human Rights Watch) | 2016 | Turkey - Events of 2015 | The environment for human rights in Turkey deteriorated in 2015 with the breakdown of the Kurdish peace process, a sharp escalation of violence in the southeast, and a...
|By U.S. State Department | Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor | Apr. 18, 2016 | Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2015 "Turkey" | Executive Summary Turkey is a constitutional republic with a multiparty parliamentary system and a president....
|By U.S. State Department | Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor | April, 2015 | Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2014 Turkey| Executive Summary Turkey is a constitutional republic with a multi-party parliamentary system and a president. A unicameral...

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