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Old 2nd January 2020, 15:57   #331 (permalink)
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57,000 in one month resigned, could the fortunes of CHP be about to change?
sounds a bit like a party closer to home?
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Money must be getting tight for the AKP. After losing Istanbul they stop funding the pro gov news papers Gunes and Star they closed down on monday . It used to receive 1O million TlL a month.

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Earth quake in the polls
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It looks like the Turkish Opposition Parties have learned something in the Istanbul Election when they all coalesced behind Ekrem İmamoğlu as Mayor they scored a result ... better late than never I say...... pity though HDP so vital to the Istanbul election is missing from the list..... the rule at the moment is no different than the law by degree (Ohal ) applied for and given to the President after the coup .... never really given up..with the parliament there for show. They have now realised what they gave up in the 2017 referendum.




Turkey’s foreign policy started the year at a frenetic pace as conflicts brewed across the region, but the domestic political scene has been similarly eventful, and the opposition is hoping to strike a blow against the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP).

The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) and its Nation Alliance partners, the nationalist Good Party and the Islamist Felicity Party, are planning to cooperate on the issue with former AKP Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu’s newly established Future Party and another new party in the works by Ali Babacan, another ex-AKP heavyweight.

The transition to the executive presidential system is of huge importance to the opposition, since it transferred vast powers from the parliament directly to Erdoğan, severely curtailing lawmakers’ authority.

So, the Nation Alliance leaders have declared that a return to a reformed and consolidated parliamentary system is their main objective in 2020.

Critics of the new system say it amounts to one-man rule by Erdoğan and that it is partly to blame for the dire economic straits Turkey has reached since it was formally inaugurated in July 2018.

Since then, almost every important institution in the country has been tied to the presidency, and both parliament and ministries have seen their roles reduced to the extent that they are now barely involved in policymaking.

RTE now has the power to rule by decree. When they campaigned before the referendum to decide on the switch to the new system, the AKP said the president’s extended powers would streamline the government. Instead, the system appears to work at times by trial and error, with decrees issued and later retracted when errors become clear.


“The executive presidential system has left the country ungovernable and the state ineffective,” CHP lawmaker Erdoğan Toprak said. “Since it was implemented, 31 of the 55 presidential decrees issued have been to correct or amend previous decrees.”

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