Turkey's parliament meets to take up corruption
ANKARA, Turkey Turkey's main opposition party has recalled parliament for an extraordinary session to discuss allegations of corruption against four former ministers that have damaged Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government ahead of local elections on March 30.
Opposition parties will try on Wednesday to force parliament to read a prosecutors' case against the four — which would put evidence against the government into the public domain, exposing Erdogan to further embarrassment before the elections.
The documents have not been made public. But papers leaked on the... read more
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