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The CHP and the settlement process

As the settlement process with the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) proceeds, opposition parties the Republican People's Party (CHP) and the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) continue to direct heavy criticism at the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government for its handling of the talks.The MHP has been against the process from the outset, while the CHP withdrew its support later on.

CHP officials resign citing party's stance against solution process

The head of the Republican People's Party (CHP)'s branch in BingOl's Solhan district and several other CHP officials resigned from their positions on Thursday, citing the party's lack of support for the ongoing settlement process to solve the Kurdish conflict.Turkish state authorities, working to set a timetable for the disarmament of Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorists, have been holding settlement negotiations with the terrorist group's imprisoned leader, Abdullah Ocalan, since October.

War of propaganda in Ergenekon trial

The first hearing after the announcement of a prosecutor's closing argument in the Ergenekon terrorist network trial witnessed clashes between hundreds of protesters and security forces on Monday morning when supporters of the Republican People's Party (CHP) and the Workers' Party (IP) rushed to the Silivri Courthouse to “stand up against unlawfulness” in the trial.Almost all columnists condemn the CHP for the protest and argue that it can be questioned whether the trial is being conducted fairly and whether there are any violations of the defendants' human rights; however, denying

CORRECTED-Spain's ruling PP support lowest in 20 years - poll

(Corrects to show number of people surveyed by Sigma Dos, in final paragraph) MADRID, Feb 10 (Reuters) - Support for Spain's governing People's Party (PP) has fallen to the lowest level in 20 years, as the government struggles with a corruption scandal and economic recession, according to El Mundo newspaper on Sunday.
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