Umut Uras is an online producer with Al Jazeera English with experience covering the Cyprus dispute, Turkish politics and EU affairs. Specialised in international relations and EU studies, he usually writes on foreign policy and diplomacy.
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Politics17 Apr 2017 06:26 GMT
Constitutional changes transform Turkey from a parliamentary system to an executive presidency with more powers.
Middle East16 Apr 2017 20:41 GMT
'Yes' campaign secures narrow win in referendum to amend Turkey's constitution and give more power to the presidency.
Middle East16 Apr 2017 18:37 GMT
Changes to constitution aim to transform governance from a parliamentary system to an executive presidency.
Middle East16 Apr 2017 15:21 GMT
Proposed changes seek to transform governance from a parliamentary system to an executive presidency.
Middle East16 Apr 2017 10:57 GMT
The proposed changes seek to transform Turkey's governance from a parliamentary system to an executive presidency.
Middle East14 Apr 2017 20:08 GMT
Whichever side claims victory on Sunday, things will never be the same in this nation of 75 million people.
Turkey13 Apr 2017 13:42 GMT
The proposed constitutional amendments seek to transform Turkey's political system into an executive presidential one.
Politics12 Apr 2017 17:29 GMT
Campaigning intensifies in the run-up to Sunday's referendum, with both sides trying to convince voters to back them.
Middle East10 Apr 2017 11:22 GMT
Al Jazeera interviews Ibrahim Kalin, spokesperson for the Turkish presidency, on the April 16 referendum.
Turkey10 Apr 2017 10:07 GMT
Al Jazeera speaks to Sezgin Tanrikulu, senior opposition Republican People's Party MP leading the party's 'No' campaign.
Middle East10 Apr 2017 07:07 GMT
Al Jazeera speaks to Turkish voters about what to expect from the referendum that seeks to empower presidency.
Middle East08 Apr 2017 16:40 GMT
Turkish president urges supporters at massive rally to vote in April 16 referendum on expanding presidential powers.
Turkish raids target Kurdish groups in Iraq and Syria
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Russia steps in after Ukraine cuts off power to Luhansk
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Arkansas executes two on same gurney, hours apart
Syria's war explained from the beginning
Paraguay 'millions' stolen in 'robbery of the century'
The lonely pyramids of Giza: Egyptian tourism's decline
US submarine arrives in S Korea as tensions rise
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