His sentiments are echoed on the streets of Istanbul where two days before the election, HDP vans with loudspeakers blare out the voice of Mr Demirtas promising Turkish citizens: “Dear [Recep Tayyip] Erdogan, we’re not going to let you become president [with more powers].” The Turkish opposition is often maligned for offering a weak alternative to the successful and charismatic Mr Erdogan but many believe HDP is exactly the opposition Turkey needs.
Mr Demirtas’s supporters were buoyed by the 9.8 per cent result he received when he ran for the presidency in August last year and believe they will get the percentage they need in Sunday's election.
Rounding things off is Jack M, our trusty Below The Surface resident with a pretty serious record collection.
Violation of the Missouri law is a class D felony, punishable by imprisonment and fine.
Therefore, you may be able to record in-person conversations occurring in a public place where there is no reasonable expectation of privacy without consent.
Federal courts in Missouri, at both the trial and appellate level, typically prohibit phones, recording devices, and cameras in the courtroom.
For additional information, please refer to the Missouri Supreme Court's Cameras in the Courtroom: A Guide to Missouri's Court Operating Rule 16. However, a closed meeting cannot be recorded without the permission of the public body; doing so without permission amounts to a Class C misdemeanor.
The party is keenly aware that some Turkish citizens are fed up with the president, Mr Erdogan, and the progressive party is not just popular among the Kurdish voters in south-east Turkey.