Will CHP be able to break the vicious cycle, contribute to democracy, find solutions to problems and inspire hope in the public? I truly hope so, but it’s a tough challenge for the CHP.
The February 28, 1997, military coup, better known as the “post-modern” coup, cost the public approximately $50 billion.
Following the failed July 15 coup attempt, the structural democratization period ongoing in Turkey renders future military coups impossible.
Who is to be held accountable for the people deprived of an education due to the February 28, 1997, coup attempt?
CHP’s political strategy may slow down Turkey’s march. However, will never halt it. It will be CHP’s one-way ticket to marginalization.
The ideological emptiness of Meral Aksener’s Iyi Party won’t let it live for too long in Turkish politics.
Turkey finds itself in a peculiar situation after the April 16 approval of constitutional amendments foreseeing a transition into presidential …