During his speech that was televised on state TV, why did Selahattin Demirtas reference individuals who started armed campaigns against the state?
Approaching the elections to be held on June 24 in Turkey, it can be observed that while the AK Party is in the lead, the CHP has been divided into two camps.
“The June 24 elections are part of Turkey’s quest for domestic stability in an increasingly uncertain international environment.”
Due to the methodological strategies of survey companies, it is difficult to suggest that they reflect accurate voter preferences in Turkey.
This is the first comprehensive counter-terror operation against the PKK. This time, the military strategy is not only targeting to eliminate PKK terrorists but also aiming to clean and hold the territory where the PKK has any presence.
The Gulf crisis served as an important lesson for the Middle Eastern regimes. Most countries realized that diversifying their alliances and establishing good relations with reliable partners is crucial.
The Turkish economy has her own problems such as current account deficit, as other economies have their own. However, it has showed her resilience and potential time and again in the last 7 decades and particularly in the 2000s.
How will the vote of the Turkish diaspora affect the elections to be held on June 24?
According to YSK rules, pre-election restrictions will be implemented by June 14 and parties will have to re-organize their campaign strategies according to these restrictions.
“Only after such a tri-partite cooperation of Turkey, Iran, and Iraq, can the PKK finally be cleaned off from Qandil.”