fter the June 24 elections a critical question has arisen: what’s next in Turkish politics? The June 24 elections constitute a significant step in Turkey’s long history of democratization.
Many analysts in Turkey predicted the results before the election day.
The election results will be bringing new dynamics into Turkish political life and democracy, but the post-election foreign policy agenda of Turkey is more complicated and challenging than the election results in domestic political debates.
ast Sunday, Turkey held one of the most symbolic elections in its recent history.
n 24 June, Turkey’s presidential and parliamentary elections will be held.
urkey is going to the polls this weekend to decide the presidential and parliamentary elections on the same day - a first in the country’s history.
ne of the most debated issues throughout the 24 June parliamentary and presidential elections in Turkey is about the results of election surveys conducted by different companies.
urkey’s counter-terrorism strategy has undergone a massive transformation, particularly in the fight against the PKK, while the extra-territorial military operations have expanded towards Syria and Iraq where the PKK has been consolidating its political and military influence since the dissolution of the Syrian and Iraqi sovereignties.
The running AK Party is designing its campaign on the basis of the progress made by Turkey under the AK Party governments.
-Turkey relationship in recent years.
he roadmap on Syria’s Manbij is expected to be announced after a final negotiation between Turkey and the U.
s Turkey is heading for elections on June 24, the presidential candidates of all major parties and their election manifestos have been announced.
urkey has been experiencing one of the most severe speculative attacks in its open-economy era since the beginning of May 2018.
he upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections in Turkey will be held on June 24 - during the state of emergency.
The MHP released its list of parliamentary candidates last week before submitting it to the Supreme Electoral Council of Turkey (YSK).