A Turkish nationalist, Ogan is a former member of the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), an ally of the Erdogan-led AK Party.
A sense of alienation abroad has pushed more and more expats to participate actively in the Turkish election process.
While differences remain between Ankara and Damascus over the Syrian civil war, both sides share concerns about the presence of the YPG/PKK terror group in northern Syria.
Lawmakers ratify the budget after almost a two weeks marathon debate in the country's national assembly.
The law renewed the mandate that came into force in January for another 18 months after a security and military agreement with the UN-backed Libyan administration in Tripoli.
Germany follows France in taking aim at the so-called ‘Grey Wolves,’ while no such organisation with that name exists in Turkey or Europe.
Emmanuel Macron is mistaken in thinking that Turkish people will prioritise domestic politics over the country’s national interest.
What do the local election results in Turkey mean for the parties involved?
As the clock ticks down to Turkey’s local election day, politicians have deployed a wide variety of tactics to woo voters - but that will only be enough for party loyalists.
The pre-poll alliances have emerged for the upcoming municipal elections, following the pattern of a similar alliance in 2017 when Turkish citizens voted to change the country's parliamentary system into a presidential one.
Nationalist Movement Party leader Devlet Bahceli says his party will not put forward city mayoral candidates for Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir in competition with President Erdogan's AK Party in the March 2019 municipal elections.
Turkey's new parliament starts work next month. The biggest party in parliament is the AK Party, the party of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. But it does not have an outright majority. However, the AK Party-MHP alliance does have a working majority.
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