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Even Gülen movement frustrated: “Is this the new Turkey?… Politics roundup…

In Uncategorized on October 21, 2013 at 22:20

A significant columnist of Today’s Zaman asks:

Is this the new Turkey?

In fact, Ahmet Turan Alkan, the Zaman columnist and one of the most literary writers in Turkey and whose writings are popular mostly among conservative democrats, had given a clear description of the situation in the country months ago.

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