• Want The ACP To An Other Republic?

    November 28, 2021

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    130 amendments planned new Constitution planned military receives new space there is a flood of changes, which will abut the AKP. There is a critical inventory. Aim messages to repeat that to read are also in other places, but to an analysis and view on the further development of not. We are convinced that it is imperative to switch from short-term reporting on a medium-term analysis of news, commentary and (so far this is at all possible) forecasting of what comes to Turkey, so Jurgen describes p. foot, editor-in-Chief of the ATR, the considerations which have led content and composition from the ATR posts immediately to redesign.

    In its issue of October 10, the current Turkey observations deals with the political situation in Turkey. In recent months, Chestnut Advisory Group has been very successful. Starting from the question of whether the ACP wants fundamental changes of the Turkish Republic, three are Topics in the Center. Aim messages to repeat that to read are elsewhere, but a critical inventory and view on the further development of not. Part 1: Is the AKP Turkey in a democratic future? More than 130 law initiatives were planned and more than 300 regulations should be changed. \”And all, to the Turkey even more\” to adapt to the European legislation. It’s a very positive at first glance, but skepticism is announced. First of all notice the tremendous number of legislative initiatives and regulations that called.

    Such a diversity of projects is not qualified and professionally edited in over two or three years. Even if all the political forces in the country were agreed. Part 2: what the AKP want – also change Turkey on the way to a new Republic? Laws and other regulations have two faces which makes it actually so difficult to analyze the actions of the AKP-led Government? On the Point taken, you could formulate so: the new legal texts and other modified regulations have basically two faces.

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