Qatar Isolated Gulf, Turkey Cooperation

Qatar, a country that is isolated by the Gulf, announced that it will help Turkey in its economic crisis with direct investments worth 15 billion dollars, during a meeting between Prince Tamim bin Hamad and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara.

New escalation between Washington and Ankara

The escalation between the United States and Turkey has begun, with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan saying his government would freeze the assets of the US justice and interior ministers in Turkey, if any, during a speech in Ankara.

US sanctions on Turkey because of the crisis of Rev. Andrew Branson

The United States is demanding that Turkey extradite Pastor Andrew Branson, who is under house arrest in Izmir, and if Ankara does not agree, there are US economic sanctions waiting, the Bloomberg newspaper reported.

According to the report, members of the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, listed on the list of targets prepared by the US Treasury Department against the backdrop of the crisis of relations between Washington and Ankara.

Turkish Parliament: The president can’t be held accountable

Member of the Turkish Parliament for the Republican People's Party, Omar Fathi Jourir filed an application to question President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in accordance with Article 98 of the Constitution and articles 96 and 99 of the rules of procedure of the Parliament, on the situation of the Syrians, and the problems related to trusteeship companies, demanding Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to respond to

Qatar celebrates Erdogan's victory in Turkish elections

After the initial results of the Turkish elections, which indicate that Recep Tayyip Erdogan won the first presidential elections after constitutional amendments give him absolute hand over the country, the State of Qatar celebrated this victory by lighting the country's hotels with Turkish flag.

The Sheraton Doha Hotel is adorned with Turkish flag to mark Erdogan's victory. Not only did this end, but the Emir of Qatar was the first to congratulate.

Erdogan is the first dictator to rule Turkey by election

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won the majority of votes in the first presidential election after constitutional amendments that made him the absolute authority in the country.

"Almost 97.7 percent of the results were counted, and the remaining votes will not affect the outcome," Sadi Ghovin, head of Turkey's Supreme Election Commission, told a news conference.

He pointed out that the parties that were entitled to enter parliament are "Justice and Development", "Republican People", "Democratic Peoples", "I", "National Movement" and "Happiness".

Turkish presidential elections: adoption of 6 candidates

Turkey's Supreme Electoral Council adopted the files of six candidates for the presidential elections.

 If each candidate does not exceed the 50 percent threshold during the first round of elections scheduled for June 24, the two contenders run a second round two weeks later.

Did Erdogan's hopes sink in the next presidential election in the recent rains?

The latest rains have made cities and provinces of Turkey a hub and a river, amid a state of public anger at the deterioration of the country's infrastructure, posing a threat to the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), coinciding with the country's early presidential election. Turkish voters are increasingly complaining about the inability of the authorities to redress the infrastructure problem. , As Turkey witnessed similar drowning in May.

The Turkish capital of Ankara, on May 5 last, heavy rains led to the injury of 6 people and flooded the streets of the city.

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