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After Fist Fights, Turkish Parliament Set to Vote on Immunity for MPs

Turkey’s ruling AK Party on Tuesday faces the first test of its unity since Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announced he was stepping down, as parliament prepares to vote on a divisive bill to lift lawmakers’ immunity from prosecution. Brawls broke out in previous debates over the bill this month between members of the AKP and the pro-Kurdish HDP opposition, which says the legislation is designed to target them and to suppress dissent. President Tayyip Erdogan, who founded the AKP, has...

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