TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on JULY 15

Turkish dailies covered on Monday disparate response from opposition party, MHP, to Turkish government's offer of 48 articles of new charter within constitution drafting process, EU's recent reaction to Egyptian military coup and Trayvon Martin protests on the streets after George Zimmerman, murderer of Martin, was released.

TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on JULY 15

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Turkish dailies covered on Monday disparate response from opposition party, MHP, to Turkish government's offer of 48 articles of new charter within constitution drafting process, EU's recent reaction to Egyptian military coup and US's Trayvon Martin protests on the streets after George Zimmerman, murderer of Martin, was released.

Several Turkish dailies gave coverage of Nationalist Movement Party's (MHP) disparate response to Turkish government's call for the legislative passage of agreed-upon 48 charter articles within constitution drafting process. Daily ZAMAN headlined "Bahceli closed the doors to 48 new articles offer" and published that Chairman of MHP Devlet Bahceli withdrew his party's support for a recent offer by PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan for rapid parliamentary approval of 48 articles agreed at the Constitution Conciliation Commission. Daily HURRIYET quoted Bahceli as saying "48 articles are early and redundant." The daily said Bahceli disapproved the charter offer and cited Bahceli as "New articles are too early, too untimely and too redundant." "48 articles are early" titled daily VATAN by publishing that Bahceli said yesterday that new articles were too early, too untimely and too redundant.

EU's belated reaction to military coup in Egypt

Some dailies covered European Union (EU)'s reaction to Egyptian military coup. Daily STAR titled "Coup administration is illegitimate" and said that EU retreated after days by reminding that EU had not called the military interference "coup". Daily ZAMAN headlined "EU called the coup as illegitimate" by publishing that EU showed its harshest response to Egyptian military coup by calling it "illegitimate".

Trayvon Martin protests in US 

Turkish dailies covered United States' Trayvon Martin protests on the streets after George Zimmerman's release verdict. Daily MILLIYET headlined "Reaction against the racist decision in US" and published that US braced for riots against the jury’s acquittal of George Zimmerman for the killing of black teenager Trayvon Martin. "Riot against the racist justice" titled daily HABER TURK by publishing that people hit the streets in US because of the acquittal of George Zimmerman, the murderer of armless Martin.

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