The leader of the Turkish opposition, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu , believes that the introduction of a presidential system is leading the country to a "dictatorship," DW reports.
Too much power
Furthermore, Speaking to provincial leaders of the Republican (CHP) party on Monday, Kılıçdaroğlu said that the use of the state of emergency in non-terror-related matters is a ‘betrayal of democracy,’ Cumhuriyyet daily reports.
Meanwhile, the ruling AKP suggests that Turkey needs a strong Presidential syste...
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