The worst fears of Turkey’s opposition became reality on Sunday: the new prime minister Binali Yildirim started his mandate by calling for a move to a presidential regime.
He said it was time to make the current "de facto situation" a "legal" one.
Binali Yildirim, the transportation and communications minister and a founding member of the ruling party, replaced Ahmet Davutoglu who stepped down amid growing differences with Erdogan, including his wish to overhaul the constitution to give the ...
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