“He hasn’t kept his promises.” Has Erdogan’s party caused a rift in Turkish society?

An account of the media Turks claimed that The Justice and Development Party in powerSince he came to power in 2002, he has created a great rift in the local community between his supporters and opponents, as he made promises that his critics claimed to have evaded and failed to implement, even though this party led by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ruled the country for about 19 years.

According to the press, the Turkish company was struck by the mutual accusations between the ruling party and its opponents, against the background of The Justice and Development Party refused to abandon its core policies, which included exclusion and punishment Its leaders who have transcended the duality of “opposition and loyalty” in addressing various issues in the country.

“He hasn’t kept his promises.”  Has Erdogan’s party caused a rift in Turkish society?

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Commenting on this, Ahmet Ozer, professor of sociology and political analyst, said that “the Party for Justice and Development, when it came to power, promised to implement some important issues and to solve problems and issues. in suspended. He said at the time that democracy is our goal and not a means to power, as he believed the European Union should.For example, it is not a Christian alliance, as we used to say in previously, and was working on Ankara’s accession to it, and had also engaged in major economic transformations in the country, in so that it could compete with the economic countries of the world, but all this did not happen, in so that his promises to ensure that all citizens get justice and full their rights have never been implemented, and therefore the rift has become great in Turkish society ”.

from Istanbul

from Istanbul

He added to Al-Arabiya.net that “Erdogan in later allied with the Nationalist Movement Party led by Davlet Bahceli and changed the constitution, as well as the system of government after transforming it in a presidential system after its abolition of the parliamentary system. Therefore, Turkish politics has changed radically, but on the other hand there are many parties that reject the presidential system of government and want to return to the parliamentary system, “he explained,”in Turkey, people are divided in two groups. The first wants Erdogan, even if he has no solutions to the country’s problems, and the second is against him and awaits his departure in the next elections, and this is also a reason in more for a social split “.

The Party for Justice and Development, when it came to power, promised to implement some important issues and to solve problems and issues in suspended

Ahmed Ozer

The resignations of influential figures from the ruling party, such as Ahmet Davutoglu, the former Turkish prime minister and his deputy, Ali Babacan, have not helped to overcome the social problems between supporters of the “Justice and Development Party” and its opponents in the opposition parties, while the attack on both men continued on social media and on media pro-Erdogan with the aim of distorting their image in front of public opinion, which has led to further rifts in Turkish society, as reported by the newspaper “Qarar”.

The presidential and parliamentary elections, organized in Turkey after less than two years, they seem particularly fatal for the ruling party, which according to the most important Turkish research centers and polls has lost much of its popularity, up to the minimum levels, according to the latest studies published by Eurasia Center this month.

Two days ago, the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP) announced that it had agreed to have a presidential candidate for the Turkish opposition in the upcoming elections, which means it could support the candidate of the Republican People’s Party (CHP). , the main opposition party in Turkey.

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