Turkey begins early parliamentary elections amid severe competition
Voters Turks began on Sunday morning, to go to the polls in early parliamentary elections, where Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan aspires with him and his Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu to obtain 276 seats up less after they won 258 in last summer's elections.
And witnessing elections fierce competition between the 16 parties competing for 550 seats, which the Justice and Development Party (AKP) led by Erdogan is seeking an absolute majority to form a government despite his party's declining popularity, according to opinion polls.
This is the second parliamentary elections within five months so as to ensure a majority to turn the country into a presidential system makes Erdogan, the most powerful man actually in the country, and comes after the Justice and Development Party failed to form a coalition government of losing the parliamentary majority in the last elections held in June.
The Republican People's Party, headed by Kamal Cklishdaraoglu nationalist movement led by Devlet Bhishla and Democratic Party peoples led by Salah al-Din Damrtash Visaun to restore the last election scenario and get the equivalent of 54 percent of the vote, putting the country again in front of several options for alliances possible bet in the previous time failure.
He said the Carnegie Center for Peace in the study of his option to obtain justice, development and the required majority. In case of failure, the front of the alliance with the Nationalist Movement Options or the Republican Party. All of these options adds Center looks difficult to achieve what poses the fourth option of the alliance of the nationalist movement and the Republican Party to form a minority government, along with the Democratic Peoples' Party. Otherwise, the proportions of a third election in April to April next year will rise dramatically.
But followers of the Turkish Shan excluded to regain the country's political stability, regardless of the election results and point to confront fate may not different from the fate of many countries in the region which opens the Turkish league is a favorite choice among Turks.
For his part, the deployment site Asia Times report warning of the arrival of the chaos to Turkey. This is because what we have reached the country to the policies adopted by the Erdogan years ago, a private ruled out four essential components in the country, the nationalists, Kurds, Alawites and follow the cleric Fethullah Gulen. Therefore, the report concludes that the continuing lack of stability in the country will lead to the intervention of military forces to take over the baton of being regarded itself as the guardian of Ataturk's legacy in the republican system of the country.
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