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GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON MAY 24

GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON MAY 24
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These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on May 24, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. (UPDATED)

HURRIYET
-- GREEK CYPRIOTS ACCEPT EQUALITY OF TURKISH CYPRIOTS
During the meeting between President Mehmet Ali Talat of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) and Greek Cypriot leader Demetris Christofias, Greek Cypriots for the first time accepted --in written-- TRNC's being an equal founder state with Greek Cypriots. It was announced that the two leaders agreed on a federation having one international identity.

-- WE DON'T ESCAPE FROM TABLE
Supreme Court of Appeals President Hasan Gerceker said that if there was a call from President Abdullah Gul, they did not escape from table. He added that such an initiative would be beneficial.

       
MILLIYET
-- NEW SUPERVISION SYSTEM FOR SECULARISM
According to British State Secretary for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs David Miliband, the way to prevent the political crises, which appear frequently in Turkey, is to set up a new constitutional control and balance system which will protect secularism.

-- HINTS OF CONSPIRACY FROM MINISTER
Industry & Trade Minister Zafer Caglayan made an interesting statement regarding the death of workers at Tuzla shipyards. Caglayan said, "I wonder if several foreign focuses have problems with the current condition of our industry. I wonder if there is a provocation."

 

SABAH
-- BLAZING INVETION OF TURKISH BOY
Doctoral student Bayram Butun from Bilkent University invented a laser using nanotechnology, and made a revolution in electronics.

--HEADSCARF DECISION IN THE BEGINNING OF JUNE
Constitutional Court President Hasim Kilic said that the court would hear the case, which was filed to cancel the Constitutional amendment on freedom of headscarf at universities, in the beginning of June.

 

VATAN
-- EVERYBODY WILL BOW
AKP's deputy chairman Dengir Mir Mehmet Firat said that jurisdiction lost its neutrality and independence. Firat said, "everybody has to bow to national will."

-- CYPRUS UNITED FEDERAL REPUBLIC TO BORN
President Mehmet Ali Talat of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) and Greek Cypriot leader Demetris Christofias met yesterday again. Both leaders affirmed their commitment to a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation based on political equality.

 

CUMHURIYET
-- MOR VE OTESI TO TAKE STAGE ON 12TH RANK
Mor ve Otesi music band, which is representing Turkey with the song "Deli" in the 53rd Eurovision Song Contest in Belgrade, will take stage on the 12th rank in the final tonight.
       

-- RICH WATER COURSES
Mineral Research & Exploration Directorate General announced that it found a second water reserve under the existing ground water at Konya Basin. It stated that water problem of the region would completely be solved through drilling activities.
       

RADIKAL
-- FIRAT: JURISDICTION LOST ITS NEUTRALITY
AKP strongly reacted the statement of Supreme Court of Appeals. AKP's deputy chairman Dengir Mir Mehmet Firat said, "a jurisdiction, which is making political statements to public, lost its neutrality and independence. The race to release statements of Supreme Court of Appeals and Council of State is being watched by Turkish people with wonder."
       

-- MADE IN TURKEY NANOTECHNOLOGY
Doctoral student Bayram Butun from Bilkent University made an invention which will make a revolution in devices such as digital cameras, cell phones, DVD and LCD through nanotechnology.


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