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Turkish president vetoes vote proposal

The Turkish president, Ahmet Necdet Sezer, today vetoed a newly-passed constitutional amendment that would have allowed the people rather than parliament to elect the country’s new head of state. MPs agreed to the government-proposed amendment on May 11 as a way of overcoming the deadlock caused by the secular opposition’s boycott of the presidential voting process. Full Story

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