The Governing Party AKP, who once claimed to bring, conservative – democracy to the country, turned out to be the focus of extreme nationalism.
CHP’s 10 point resolution proposal seem to provide a mechanically simple working framework with quite powerful moral and political messages.
While Justice and Development Party is celebrating its third term in Government, their policies have revealed cracks in their foundations.
With the rise of ethnic questions, the ruling party seems to be risking the decomposition of the political fabric of the Republic.
After a decade of undisputed power, AKP can no longer be accused of pursuing a hidden agenda. The agenda was never hidden; it was actually obvious.
Turkey’s left-wing CHP and EU social democrats are set to ameliorate their relationship. Mutual effort is key for success.
Turkey goes through a new cycle of polarization threatening the social equilibrium.
Power struggles within AKP intensify while Turkey is on the verge of a fundamental paradigm shift.