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Turkey’s Constitutional Court bans pro-Kurdish party

Under the 1982 Turkish Constitution, Turkey’s Constitutional Court – a stronghold of Kemalist-statist interests and an active defender of Turkey’s militant secularism – is vested with the power to order the closure of political parties whose agenda is found to be “in conflict with the indivisible integrity of the State with its territory and nation,

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Published on December 12, 2009
Author:          Filed under: European Convention on Human Rights, Ran Hirschl, Turkey