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Old 25th June 2018, 12:50   #61 (permalink)
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Re: Erdogans election

Looks like business as usual, no big changes in the TL rate, still swinging in the wind.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...-free-and-fair
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Old 25th June 2018, 15:46   #62 (permalink)
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Re: Erdogans election

Was a lot of noise in Alanya centrum last night. They were up and down the beach road wıth horns goıng and flags hangıng out the wındows until well after 1am.
Today no sign of any change at all.



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Re: Erdogans election

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Looks like business as usual, no big changes in the TL rate, still swinging in the wind.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...-free-and-fair
I must admit that I expected the TL to strengthen after the election no matter what the result, simply due to the end of the period of uncertainty.
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I must admit that I expected the TL to strengthen after the election no matter what the result, simply due to the end of the period of uncertainty.
Turkey's election has a little to do with usd/try!
You saw a gap today which was filled again and come to the main line before election 4.71!
The economy is bad and Turkey is going to be ruled under russian!
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Was a lot of noise in Alanya centrum last night. They were up and down the beach road wıth horns goıng and flags hangıng out the wındows until well after 1am. Today no sign of any change at all.
I wouldnt expect to see any change so quickly but change will come and I doubt if for the better.
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Blame liberal democracy’s flaws for Erdoğan’s win, not the voters

“How many warnings do liberals need? The victory of Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, hands power, virtually for ever, to a ruler of 80 million people on Europe’s southern border. His opponents are jailed, his press is censored, his promised reforms give him unlimited control. He is undeniably popular.

There is no point in simply deploring Erdoğan and, by implication, insulting his electorate. Europe now faces two populist (and ostensibly popular) autocrats, Erdoğan and Russia’s Vladimir Putin, across its eastern frontier. They are matched by similar “strong-man” leaders in Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Austria and Serbia.

These regimes are no longer aberrations. Populism is becoming the norm across a swath of states in eastern Europe, characterised by personal rule, xenophobia and the suppression of parliamentary and media opposition. Churchill’s warning of “an iron curtain descending” returns to haunt the continent, except that this time the curtain is not Soviet communism but populist autocracy…


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Just another country where millions of people never knew what they were voting for.
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Hungary is my biggest surprise – after 1956 you would have thought they knew what they were voting for.
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