Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Court annuls key Turkish reforms

Al Jazeera English: "Turkey's constitutional court has annulled parts of a government-sponsored package of constitutional changes curbing the powers of the judiciary and the army, Hasim Kilic, the court president, has said.

The panel of judges on Wednesday scrapped parts of amendments dealing with appointments to the court itself and a key judicial body which appoints judges and prosecutors."


Interesting. Let's see how this plays out.
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