Civic Freedom Monitor: NGO Law in Turkey

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Updated on 6 May 2019: On July 18, 2018, the Turkish government lifted the nationwide state of emergency that was imposed after a failed coup attempt on July 20, 2016. The state of relations between civil society and the government deteriorated throughout 2016-2018. In the new system of government, which replaced a parliamentary system, the president alone holds the executive power granted by the constitution. Since the elections, the central government has been reorganized through presidential decrees to determine the main policymaking actors, their role in the new system, and how roles and responsibilities function in the policymaking process. Read more here

Source: ICNL

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