Gulay Icoz

 

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New Beginnings in Turkey post-Istanbul Mayoral elections or Not

Gulay Icoz |

I have not commented on Turkish politics for a while now for I thought not much is changing in Turkey since 2013, except there has been a constant and continuous democratic backsliding and the reign of the Justice and Development Party for almost two decades. What today’s Istanbul Mayoral election result represents is a critical […]

#EP2019—Insights from Poland: the PiS vs the Coalition Europe (IV)

Gulay Icoz |

As Poland is heading for a General Elections in the Autumn this year, both the governing and opposition political parties are treating the European Parliament election, that is only weeks away, as secondary to the General Elections. Yes, both sides are running a campaign to mobilise their activists and supporters to increase their share of […]

#EP2019—Brexit Delay and the Suspension of Fidesz (II)

Gulay Icoz |

Nine weeks away from the European Parliament elections, Brexit and the suspension of Fidesz from the European People’ Party has been worthwhile developments to pay attention to in the context of the EP elections campaigns. The evening of the 20th of March and the following day have been critical moments for both the British and […]

#EP2019—Insights from Hungary and Poland (I)

Gulay Icoz |

When I was an active party member and an elected Local Councillor until 2014, the European Parliament election campaign period was something I looked forward to, since it had given me the opportunity to knock on many people’ doors and see how they would be casting their votes at the elections.  Now with all the uncertainties […]

Voluntary, Alleged and Forced Exoduses--Brexit, Polexit and CEU-exit

Gulay Icoz |

Since I last blogged about how the EU’s Rule of Law Framework works and why Article 7 have been triggered against Poland and Hungary, a long list political developments took place both in Hungary and in Poland, as well as in the UK; some are positive and some are negative, but then this is relative […]

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