From the Supreme Court “A coup attempt against the constitutional system” After deciding which one to count, pimples began to appear under the tongues.
Minister of Justice Yilmaz Tunç, “The Turkish Grand National Assembly will resolve the difference of opinion between the two courts.” He said.
It’s a strange situation. I heard something similar from the former speaker of the Turkish Grand National Assembly and former justice ministers. Nice Žižek As he said.
Žižek calls on everyone to “common sense”. “To His Excellency the Turkish Grand National Assembly” has attracted attention.
It is clear what the “superiority” of the Turkish Grand National Assembly is: it can pass laws and change the constitution.
Among these matters, there is no such thing as “mediation” to resolve the problem between two courts.
The Constitution had already foreseen the possibility of such a situation; The decision of the Constitutional Court (AYM) is final in disputes between two courts. He says.
Erdogan’s naming of the Supreme Court “Supreme Court” does not bring it in line with the Constitutional Court. Because one of the two places we can resort to against legal errors made by the Supreme Court is the Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights. In fact, since the Constitutional Court’s decision has not been implemented in this latest case, Can Atalay appears to be on his way to the European Court of Human Rights.
The Supreme Court is not in a position to change that, “even if it churns and foams.” Unless the constitution changes!
Therefore, it is clear what the Minister of Justice will do: he will issue a law and change the working procedures of the Constitutional Court. They will record the crimes stipulated in Article 14 of the Constitution one by one. Or if sufficient numbers are found, a direct constitutional amendment will be made and the problem will be solved by Erdogan’s regime departing from the law.
Yes, can they do it, they can.
Could this change the violation decision issued against Can Atalay?
No, he can’t change it.
The Constitutional Court made a decision and the Constitution orders the implementation of this decision.
This decision may not be canceled by changing the law or the constitution after this date.
Of course the new Türkiye “Laws covering all circumstances” But if it is a state that can be extracted, the matter is different.
This is the last issue on Türkiye’s agenda. Prime Minister of the March 12 coup, Nihat ErimI remember it coming from his mouth.
During the years Türkiye lived under heavy fascism!
Will God grant the Islamic fascists the same after all these years?
Illustration: Aidan Selek
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supreme courtHe made a statement defending the coup attempt carried out by the Third Criminal Chamber against the constitution.
I underlined a paragraph of the description:
“Whatever the legal consequences of the practices of the Constitutional Court, the unjust reactions that harm the reputation of the highest judicial institutions and exceed the limits of criticism towards the decisions issued by the Supreme Court of Appeal, which is the Supreme Court, and the Third Court. The Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court of Appeal, within the scope of its duties and judicial powers, expresses its “Sorry.”
I will say this: The issue of the dignity of all judicial institutions, not just the “higher” ones, is the responsibility of these institutions themselves before those who criticize them.
This is possible primarily if judges act in accordance with what their profession requires.
First of all, they will erase concepts like “HSK fires me, the boss gets angry, the power that appointed me here” from their minds.
They will defend their independence until the practices that gradually move Turkey away from the rule of law and turn it into a police state end.
We see that they cannot do this. This seriously harms the reputation of judicial institutions, and officials are not the ones who criticize this situation, but rather the ones who justify these criticisms.
It is not the critics who are directly responsible that the number of files before the Constitutional Court exceeds one hundred thousand, and the number of requests submitted to the European Court of Human Rights exceeds ten thousand, and the fact that most requests for violation of rights submitted to the European Court of Human Rights come from Turkey, not the critics, but our courts.
In other words, there are no “prejudicial reactions that go beyond criticism,” as stated in the Supreme Court’s statement.
Moreover, since the issue is a general one, the “limits of criticism” should be almost unlimited.
There is not enough time to sit down and count the number of decisions the Supreme Court has made on this issue.
This is how things work in democracies.
Institutions protect their reputations through their actions, and those who criticize them can be harsh and unreasonable when necessary, until the institutions can sort themselves out.
Who is Mehmet Yilmaz?
Mehmet Yaqub Yilmaz was born in Malatya in 1956. After completing his primary school at Antalya Devrim Primary School, and middle and high school as a free boarding school at Denizli High School, he graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science, Department of Economics and Finance in 1977.
He began his career in journalism in 1975, while a student at SBF, at Yankee Magazine in Ankara under the management of Mehmet Ali Kışalılı. He also served as editor-in-chief of the magazine for a while.
Before the coup of September 12, 1980, he served as press advisor to YOL and YSE – the trade unions affiliated with Türk İş, and published trade union newspapers and magazines.
After completing his military service at the Military Academy, he returned to work at Istanbul Gelişim Publications. He served as deputy editor-in-chief of Erkekçe and Bilim magazines at Gelişim Publications and then editor-in-chief of Gelişim TV magazine.
He moved to Hurriyet in 1985 and founded the Hurriyet Magazine Group. He published magazines such as Tempo, Blue Jean, and Playmen.
Then he was appointed General Director of Periodical Publishing. He served with Erkan Arkali as General Manager during the transformation of Termli Publishing Company into 1 Number Publishing Company. He became the founding editor-in-chief of magazines such as Actwell, Cosmopolitan, Penthouse and Oia. He has founded more than 30 magazines so far.
He published Posta newspaper at the beginning of 1995. At the end of the same year he founded the Fanatic newspaper, and at the end of 1996 he founded the Radical newspaper and served as general director of publishing.
In 2000, he was appointed general director of publishing at Milliyet newspaper. After serving in this position for 5.5 years, he became CEO of Dogan Burda Gruppo.
He worked as a columnist for Hurriyet newspaper from 2005 to September 2018. He began writing for T24 since October 2018.
His books collected from his newspaper columns entitled: “I chose red, and love was under the blue”, “Say hello from me to all my loved ones”, “Is there life after love”, and “I have lost my sense of surprise, they are ‘nullified'” were published. His long story “Does Love Forgive All” was also published in a book.
Mehmet Yilmaz, “the journalist who started most broadcasts in Turkish media”, is known for his articles and commentary on football, as well as current political developments.