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Turkey Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Turkey: Political System According to EQUZHOU.NET, Turkey is a presial republic headed by Recep Tayyip Erdoğan from the AKP, who is also head of government, since June 24, 2018. See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Turkey politics, and acronyms as well. He is elected every 7 years by secret ballot. Parliament is a unicameral system.… Read More »

What to See in Adana and Uludag (Turkey)

Adana (Turkey) The city of Adana is located in southern Turkey, 350 km southeast of Ankara. The city stands on the banks of the Seyhan River and is 30 km away from the Mediterranean Sea. Adana is the fourth largest city in the country, it is inhabited by 1200 thousand people. Thanks to its favorable… Read More »

How to get to Turkey

Overview Turkey is a country in Europe according to businesscarriers. Turkey is a country of vast, wide plains, imposing mountain ranges, fertile valleys and rugged coasts, rapidly growing cities and sleepy villages, busy seaside resorts and deserted beaches. Turkey has a turbulent history that has left its mark everywhere, and the country is rich in… Read More »

Turkey Flora and Fauna

Flora and vegetation. – European Turkey must be distinguished from Asian Turkey. In the first, the flora and vegetation are part of the Balkan domain and for this reason we refer to the Salcanic entry, region. As regards the Asian part, four regions can be distinguished: 1. coastal region; 2. region of the spots; 3.… Read More »

The Kurds in Turkey Part III

Influence from Syria The civil war in Syria affected neighboring Turkey in several respects. Among other things, the tone of the Kurdish question was sharpened again when the Sunni Arab extremist movement Islamic State (IS) went on the offensive against Kurdish areas in northeastern Syria, forced well over 100,000 Kurds to flee to Turkey and besieged the important… Read More »

The Kurds in Turkey Part II

Kurdish “peace delegation” In July 2009, Prime Minister Erdoğan announced that his government wanted to open a dialogue with the Kurds, and that he hoped for broad support for this “Kurdish peace initiative”. Erdoğan gave emotional speeches but made no concrete promises, and the major opposition parties refused to support the initiative. PKK leader Öcalan sent… Read More »

The Kurds in Turkey Part I

More Kurds live in Turkey than in any other country – probably at least 15 million. The settlements of the Turkish Kurds are in the southeast, but after decades of emigration from there, perhaps two-thirds live in western Turkey, a country located in Middle East according to itypetravel.com. The Republic of Turkey was founded in 1923.… Read More »