Key issues in Turkey's referendum on a package of proposed constitutional amendments

Some key issues in a package of 26 reforms to Turkey's military coup-era constitution being voted in a referendum on Sunday:

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MILITARY — Gives officers fired by the military the right to appeal. Redefines the jurisdiction of military courts, empowering civilian courts to try military personnel for crimes against state security or against the constitutional order such as coup attempts. Opens the way for the prosecution of Turkey's 1980 military coup leaders.

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EQUALITY — Strengthens gender equality and bars discrimination against children, elderly, the disabled and veterans.

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PRIVACY — Recognizes the right to protection of personal information and access to official personal records.

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FREEDOMS — Restricts travel bans imposed on individuals.

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LABOR — Allows membership in more than one union in a workplace. Recognizes the right to collective bargaining for civil servants and other state employees. Removes bans on politically-motivated strikes.

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PARLIAMENT — Ensures elected lawmakers stay in parliament if their political party is disbanded by a court decision.

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CONSTITUTIONAL COURT — Increases the number of justices on the Constitutional Court from 11 to 17 and gives power to the parliament to appoint some of them. Recognizes the right of individual appeal to the court.

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JUDICIARY — Increases the number of members on the Judges and Prosecutors Higher Board that oversees of appointments in the country from seven to 22. Opens the way to appeal for decisions to remove them from the profession.