The Guardian: Erdogan regained its majority but hit Turkey
Agencies - dominated by the results of the Turkish elections on British newspapers to the issues of coverage of the Middle East Monday, Vtnoltha in some editorials and opinion pieces as well as news reports.
And devoted newspaper "The Guardian" of the subject as well as an editorial in a major front-page article titled "priceless victory: bet President (Erdogan) fear to bear fruit", according to "BBC".
And kicks off the opening of such a Turkish newspaper "Gladiator loser often says what he wants another match," he believes that fully applies to the situation in Turkey in recent years under the rule of Erdogan.
It describes the paper Erdogan as political influential and shrewd, since it gave in the beginning a program and policies of trying to attract all sectors of the traditional society and the most recent, and religious groups more secular, as well as the ethnic majority and the Turkish minority, and particularly the Kurds, and as a result enable his party "Justice and Development" from retain power for 13 years, he remained on top to hold the full.
However, the paper believes that Erdogan was not democratically authentic respect constitutional principles, or he accepts resignation to achieve the devolution of power, a key element in true democracy, and that his position in the face of what is a setback to circumvent this obstacle by other means.
According to the opening that Erdogan had hoped to win in the general election in the month of June to qualify a large majority to amend the constitution to turn the largely ceremonial post of president, who now occupies the position of the largest executive powers.
Instead, the inventory of Turkish voters Justice and Development Party of simple majority in what appeared a strong rejection of the plan Erdogan to be the country's most powerful man after trade him for the post of prime minister post of the President.
The paper points out that President Erdogan does not like the word no, so take his country's cumbersome again to a new round of voting to regain the majority.
"Turkey option difficult"
According to the Guardian newspaper The direct answer to the question of how achieved Erdogan, the building is that it has undermined the coalition that could give Turkey a stable government after the June elections, is a deliberate failure to reach such an alliance negotiations in order to receive a second chanc
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