Although reforms and changes began after the June 24 elections, Turkey’s transition period to a presidential system will need more time to be completed.
During the AK Party’s Sixth Ordinary Congress, President Erdogan made it clear that Turkey will not draw back from defending itself on all platforms.
The AK Party – due to intending to include all sects of society in politics – has become Turkey’s largest catch-all party.
The split between those that support Muharrem Ince and those that support Kemal Kilicdaroglu continues to damage the future of Turkey’s main opposition party, CHP.
“All the main characteristics of bureaucratic transformation will take some time to be active. Actors, institutions, structures, and all other elements will gain momentum in accordance with the new system.”
The July 15 coup attempt has been a turning point in Turkish society, uniting people on all fronts.
When names in the new cabinet announced by President Erdogan on Monday are examined, it can be observed that the main trigger behind its formation is expertise with bureaucratic and technological knowledge.
Following Muharrem Ince’s success in the elections in comparison to the CHP as a whole, the question arises as to whether he will run for chairmanship.
The electorate who voted in the June 24 elections in Turkey have given President Erdogan the opportunity to convey the presidential system.
Due to the methodological strategies of survey companies, it is difficult to suggest that they reflect accurate voter preferences in Turkey.