The reconciliation period that the AK Party opened with the Kurdish population in Turkey led to developments that could not have been imagined before.
Many would bet for a victory for Erdogan but with a divided parliament, which will make politics quite hot for the following months in terms of the relations between the executive and legislative branches.
The Turkish model, offered by the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) after 2002, presents a political community of Muslims and non-Muslim peoples in a post-nation-state framework.
During his speech that was televised on state TV, why did Selahattin Demirtas reference individuals who started armed campaigns against the state?
“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.
There are a couple of changes that Turkey can pursue within its transformation to a presidential system in order to restrcture its macroeconomic governance.
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.
“A roust may hit the opposition parties, especially after the elections. The main reason for this will be the lack of a comprehensive and well-defined political project shared by all opposition parties, which can produce a united front.”