TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on MAY 11

Turkish dailies Saturday covered CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu's remarks over why his party is opposed to the ''solution process'', the MHP, CHP and BDP's desisting from the law proposal that includes new regulations of deputy rights, Belgium's custody of Kenan Isik, a Turkish showman, the rescue of a women 17 days after the business center's collapse in Bangladesh, and the last football match in the historical Inonu Stadium.

TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on MAY 11

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All of the dailies covered CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu's remarks over why his party is opposed to the ''solution process''. Daily TARAF headlined "CHP wants peace with no language" pointing out CHP does not accept the right to education in one's mother tongue. TARAF also quoted Kilicdaroglu as saying "The right to education in one's mother tongue will divide Turkey." Referring to Kilicdaroglu's remarks on solution process, daily MILLIYET headlined "We are sincere, we want peace." Education in one's mother tongue is not possible, it will divide Turkish community, MILLIYET cited Kilicdaroglu at his meeting with newspaper executives. Daily VATAN published "It is good that the guns stop, but not enough" explaining Kilicdaroglu's views on solution process.

     -"Return from the error"-

Daily VATAN headlined "Return from the error" saying the three parties, MHP, CHP and BDP, has desisted from the law proposal that includes new regulations of deputy rights. HURRIYET said MHP, CHP and BDP, has desisted from the law proposal that brings new rights to the deputies since it caused a public reaction. AK Party has not withdrawn its signature on the law proposal, it is still in force, HURRIYET cited Cemil Cicek, Turkish Parliament Speaker.

     -"After 17 days"-

Dailies also covered the rescue of a woman after 17 days of a business center's collapse in Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh. Daily YENI SAFAK said the rescue was unbelievable as the woman was found alive by the rescue team after 17 days of the collapse. "Miracle after 17 days" titled HURRIYET pointing to the woman's being alive after the collapse that caused over a thousand deaths.      

     -"The same brain, the same insolence still on European Day"-

Daily TURKIYE headlined "The same brain, the same insolence still on European Day" addressing to the custody of Kenan Isik, a Turkish showman, in Belgium. TURKIYE said Isik was taken into custody and was questioned just because he was a Turkish and Muslim man. TURKIYE cited Isik as saying "They did it because I am Turkish and Muslim. They are racist, without any respect to humans."      

     -Last football match in Inonu Stadium-

"And the curtains draw" was headlined by daily MILLIYET announcing the last football match in historical Inonu Stadium between Besiktas and Genclerbirligi. Inonu Stadium will be demolished and a new stadium would be constructed at the site.

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