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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 02-08-08

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From: The Anadolu Agency Home Page at <http://www.anadoluajansi.com.tr/>


CONTENTS

  • [01] SEZER APPROVES EU ADJUSTMENT BILL
  • [02] TRT OPENS BUREAU IN WASHINGTON
  • [03] PARLIAMENT PASSES SUPPLEMENTARY BUDGET BILL
  • [04] SAMI SELCUK:''I'M IN CONTACT WITH ALL POLITICAL PARTIES''
  • [05] SEZER APPROVES EU ADJUSTMENT BILL
  • [06] DIE ANNOUNCES TURKEY'S TOURISM INCOMES AS USD 2.715 BILLION IN
  • [07] LABOUR AND SOCIAL SECURITY MINISTER ARSEVEN ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT ON
  • [08] INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION INCREASES 6.6 PERCENT IN JUNE 2002
  • [09] CEM-BAYAR MEETING YTP LEADER CEM: ''WHAT WE THINK IS THE JOINT
  • [10] PRIME MINISTER ECEVIT: ''JOB SECURITY BILL SHOULD PASS''
  • [11] ''ART ISTANBUL 2002'' TO BE HELD BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 24 AND 29
  • [12] ANKARA DETERMINED THAT NEGOTIATION DATE SHOULD BE GIVEN IN
  • [13] U.S. DEPUTY CHIEF OF GENERAL STAFF VISITS ISAF COMMANDER ZORLU
  • [14] PARLIAMENT SPEAKER IZGI SAYS TURKEY IS ALWAYS IN FAVOUR OF
  • [15] YTP LEADER CEM MEETS WITH DTP LEADER BAYAR
  • [16] NEW ''TIR CUSTOMS'' TO ANKARA
  • [17] TREASURY UNDERSECRETARIAT SAYS IMF LOAN TO BE DEPOSITED TO
  • [18] STORM PARALYZES DAILY LIFE IN WESTERN BLACK SEA
  • [19] HSBC BANK INC. PURCHASES BENKAR
  • [20] FOREIGN CARGO SHIP RUNS AGROUND IN ISTANBUL STRAIT
  • [21] OZBAS JOINS BBP
  • [22] ARMENIAN ISSUE TO BE A LESSON IN SCHOOLS AS OF FOLLOWING SCHOOL
  • [23] PUBLIC OFFICIALS WHO WANT TO RUN CANDIDACY IN GENERAL ELECTIONS
  • [24] MANY HOUSES AND WORKPLACES INUNDATED IN ISTANBUL DUE TO TORRENTIAL
  • [25] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER YILMAZ SAYS DERVIS HAS NOT REACHED A
  • [26] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER YILMAZ SAYS IF CYPRUS QUESTION REMAINS
  • [27] LEADERS SAY THAT THEY REMAIN FULLY COMMITTED TO PROGRAM
  • [28] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER YILMAZ SAYS THOSE WHO PREVENT FORMATION OF
  • [29] IMF MANAGING DIRECTOR KOEHLER SAYS TURKISH AUTHORITIES ARE TO BE

  • [01] SEZER APPROVES EU ADJUSTMENT BILL

    ANKARA - The EU Adjustment Bill approved by President Ahmet Necdet Sezer is abolishing death penalty except for crimes committed in war and imminent war situations.

    [02] TRT OPENS BUREAU IN WASHINGTON

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - WASHINGTON, D.C. (A.A) - State Minister Yilmaz Karakoyunlu attended the opening of the Turkish Radio and Television Corporation's representative office in Washington, D.C. on Thursday.

    [03] PARLIAMENT PASSES SUPPLEMENTARY BUDGET BILL

    ANKARA - Parliament General Council passed the Supplementary Budget Bill which is proposing to transfer 150 trillion TL from Treasury to the Finance Ministry for elections spendings of political parties.

    [04] SAMI SELCUK:''I'M IN CONTACT WITH ALL POLITICAL PARTIES''

    ANKARA - Former Supreme Court Chairman Sami Selcuk has said that he has been in contact, directly or indirectly, with all political parties to run as a deputy in general elections on Nov. 3 but he hasn't made any statement about joining any particular party.

    [05] SEZER APPROVES EU ADJUSTMENT BILL

    ANKARA - President Ahmet Necdet Sezer on Thursday approved European Union (EU) Adjustment Bill package.

    [06] DIE ANNOUNCES TURKEY'S TOURISM INCOMES AS USD 2.715 BILLION IN APRIL-JUNE 2002

    ANKARA - State Statistics Institute (DIE) announced on Thursday Turkey's tourism incomes in April and June 2002 as 2 billion 715 million 273 thousand 339 U.S dollars.

    [07] LABOUR AND SOCIAL SECURITY MINISTER ARSEVEN ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT ON JOB SECURITY

    ANKARA - Labour and Social Security Minister Nejat Arseven said on Thursday that an agreement was reached on Job Security Bill. Arseven said the bill be sent to the Health, Family and Social Affaris commission following the talks on the bill, and will be arranged having enforcement date as March 15, 2003.

    [08] INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION INCREASES 6.6 PERCENT IN JUNE 2002

    ANKARA - The industrial production increased 6.6 percent in June 2002 when compared to the same month of 2001.

    [09] CEM-BAYAR MEETING YTP LEADER CEM: ''WHAT WE THINK IS THE JOINT ACTION OF TWO NEW UNDERSTANDINGS''

    ANKARA - New Turkey Party (YTP) leader Ismail Cem said on Thursday that the joint action which they thought with the Democrat Turkey Party (DTP) was to bring together two new understandings, adding that, ''this does not need an amendment in Political Parties Act. We think of this if our authorized boards find it appropriate.''

    [10] PRIME MINISTER ECEVIT: ''JOB SECURITY BILL SHOULD PASS''

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit said on Thursday that, ''Job Security bill should pass. However, its date of enforcement will be postponed for a few months. Meanwhile labour bill will also be discussed.''

    [11] ''ART ISTANBUL 2002'' TO BE HELD BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 24 AND 29

    ISTANBUL - ''Art Istanbul 2002-Istanbul International Modern Art Meeting'' will be held between September 24 and 29, 2002.

    [12] ANKARA DETERMINED THAT NEGOTIATION DATE SHOULD BE GIVEN IN COPENHAGEN SUMMIT

    ANKARA - Ankara pointed out that with the European Union (EU) Adjustment Bill, all necessary steps were taken to fulfill necessary political criteria, and pointed out that Turkey should be given a date to start negotiations at the Copenhagen summit.

    [13] U.S. DEPUTY CHIEF OF GENERAL STAFF VISITS ISAF COMMANDER ZORLU

    KABUL - U.S. Deputy Chief of General Staff Peter Pace visited on Thursday General Hilmi Akin, the Commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) deployed in Afghan capital Kabul.

    [14] PARLIAMENT SPEAKER IZGI SAYS TURKEY IS ALWAYS IN FAVOUR OF TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY OF IRAQ

    ANKARA - Parliament Speaker Omer Izgi said on Thursday that Turkey was always in favor of territorial integrity of Iraq.

    [15] YTP LEADER CEM MEETS WITH DTP LEADER BAYAR

    ANKARA - New Turkey Party (YTP) leader Ismail Cem met on Thursday with Democrat Turkey Party (DTP) leader Mehmet Ali Bayar.

    [16] NEW ''TIR CUSTOMS'' TO ANKARA

    ANKARA - State Minister Mehmet Kececiler said on Thursday that customs offices should bring service to the nation and should be modern and contemporary administrations appropriate to the European Union (EU) standards.

    [17] TREASURY UNDERSECRETARIAT SAYS IMF LOAN TO BE DEPOSITED TO ACCOUNTS ON AUGUST 12

    ANKARA - Treasury Undersecretariat said on Thursday that almost 1.1 billion U.S. dollars of loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) would be deposited to accounts on August 12, 2002.

    [18] STORM PARALYZES DAILY LIFE IN WESTERN BLACK SEA

    DUZCE - Storm and rain paralyzed daily life in western Black Sea on Thursday.

    [19] HSBC BANK INC. PURCHASES BENKAR

    ISTANBUL - HSBC Bank Inc. purchased on Thursday Benkar Tuketici Finansmani and Kart Hizmetleri Inc. (consumer finance and card services).

    [20] FOREIGN CARGO SHIP RUNS AGROUND IN ISTANBUL STRAIT

    ISTANBUL - A foreign cargo ship ran aground in Istanbul Strait on Thursday.

    [21] OZBAS JOINS BBP

    ANKARA - Kahramanmaras independent deputy Edip Ozbas joined Grand Unity Party (BBP) on Thursday.

    [22] ARMENIAN ISSUE TO BE A LESSON IN SCHOOLS AS OF FOLLOWING SCHOOL YEAR

    ANKARA - Armenian issue, ''Pontus'' allegations and issues related with ''Syriacs'' will be taught at history lessons in elementary and high schools as of the following school year.

    [23] PUBLIC OFFICIALS WHO WANT TO RUN CANDIDACY IN GENERAL ELECTIONS HAVE TO RESIGN TILL 5.00 P.M. ON THURSDAY

    ANKARA - Public officials who want to run candidacy for deputyship in November 3 general elections have to resign from their posts till 5.00 p.m. on Thursday.

    [24] MANY HOUSES AND WORKPLACES INUNDATED IN ISTANBUL DUE TO TORRENTIAL RAINS

    ISTANBUL - Many houses and workplaces were inundated in Istanbul due to torrential rains on Thursday.

    [25] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER YILMAZ SAYS DERVIS HAS NOT REACHED A POSITIVE RESULT IN HIS EFFORTS TO FORM ALLIANCE YET

    ANKARA - Motherland Party (ANAP) leader and Deputy Prime Minister Mesut Yilmaz said late on Wednesday that State Minister Kemal Dervis foresaw a broadbased alliance but he had not reached a positive result yet

    [26] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER YILMAZ SAYS IF CYPRUS QUESTION REMAINS UNSOLVED, TURKEY WILL BE HARMED MORE THAN GREECE AND CYPRUS

    ANKARA - Motherland Party (ANAP) leader and Deputy Prime Minister Mesut Yilmaz said late on Wednesday that if Cyprus question remained unsolved, Turkey would be harmed more than Greece and Cyprus

    [27] LEADERS SAY THAT THEY REMAIN FULLY COMMITTED TO PROGRAM

    ANKARA - The leaders of the political parties forming the government said that they remained fully committed to the program in the letter they sent to International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Horst Koehler

    [28] DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER YILMAZ SAYS THOSE WHO PREVENT FORMATION OF ALLIANCES IN ELECTIONS WILL PAY COSTS IN ELECTIONS

    ANKARA - Motherland Party (ANAP) leader and Deputy Prime Minister Mesut Yilmaz said late on Wednesday that those who prevented formation of alliances in the general elections would pay costs in the elections

    [29] IMF MANAGING DIRECTOR KOEHLER SAYS TURKISH AUTHORITIES ARE TO BE COMMENDED ON THEIR CONTINUED STRONG IMPLEMENTATION OF ECONOMIC PROGRAM

    WASHINGTON D.C. - International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Horst Koehler said early on Thursday that the Turkish authorities were to be commended on their continued strong implementation of the economic program


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