Erdogan expectations defeat in the current elections
Follow-up - and babysit - brought to Spanish newspaper El Mundo light on the Turkish parliamentary elections, which is the second election in five months, indicating that these elections are the most important in the history of Turkey, having failed to Justice and Development Party led by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to maintain a parliamentary majority in elections It took place in June, and since then Attempts to form a coalition government failed.
The newspaper said that "seven million Turks go today to the polls, the center of a major split, and expectations not to the success of Erdogan," adding that "in the case has elections without fraud, the Erdogan will not work, and if the Justice and Development Party again failed to get a majority on its own, it will return to negotiations to form a government either with the first of the country's secular party, the Republican People's Party, or with the Nationalist Movement Party. "
Critics accuse Erdogan feeds violence, and say that he had a tendency increasingly authoritarian, which the government denies, Erdogan made a promise to the return of stability again, in case his party won a majority.
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