Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Confident that he will win presidential elections in the first round, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ErdoÄan has declared that he will not be a âtraditional president,â hinting that his term will include the unprecedented implementation of powers given to the countryâs head of state by the Constitution.
In Recep Tayyip ErdoÄanâs âvision statementâ for the upcoming presidential elections, he writes: âWe should adopt democracy, not as a political model, but as a culture dominating every field of our lives.â
In the same statement, there is also the target of âsetting an example of a state model to the world.â
Now, it is the turn of âGÃ¼lenistsâ to be eliminated from the bureaucracy and to be deprived of any social and economic power, on the way to âthe second one-party periodâ in Turkey.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ErdoÄan is scheduled to meet with the heads of chambers of commerce and industry three days before the presidential elections on Aug. 10.
The Turkish Union of Chambers of Commodities Exchanges (TOBB) sent a letter to all chambers and called on its 500 members to make preparations for the council, which is scheduled to be held on Aug. 7.
Yes, although it accuses Israel of committing "genocide" on Palestinians and Egypt of "tyranny," as Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ErdoÄan said in an interview with CNN International, Turkey is in talks with both countries as part of efforts to secure an immediate and lasting truce between Hamas and Israel.