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American Political Scientist Arato Reiterates the Consensus Message for a New Constitution Speaking at a meeting organized by TEPAV to contribute to the constitution-making process, Arato said the presidential issue would be an issue with which Turkey will face great difficulty.
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13/02/2013 ANKARA – Stressing that the current environment was more optimistic in terms of the constitution-making process compared to his previous visit to Turkey two years earlier, Arato reiterated the consensus message. The meeting, titled “Learning f [More]
US in the Election Mood; Developments Discussed at TEPAV During a meeting that hosted Dr. Bülent Alirıza, of US based think-tank CSIS, how domestic politics in the US are being dominated by the November 2012 elections was addressed.
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22/11/2011   ANKARA – Developments in the US one year before the elections were addressed during a meeting held at TEPAV on November 22, 2011. The meeting, which hosted Dr. Bülent Alirıza, Turkey Project Director at the Washington-based Center for Stra [More]
TEPAV: “With this Constitution, Presidential Elections will Bring Crisis” It is assessed that, it is quite unlikely that a president who won more than 50% of the votes and a prime minister who won 35-40% of the votes can coexist without causing crises.
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19/04/2011   ANKARA - TEPAV stated that presidential elections will cause a crisis unless the constitution is amended and said: "It is quite unlikely that a president who won more than 50% of the votes and a prime minister who won 35-40% of the votes can c [More]
TEPAV: No Social Support for the Presidential System In the public opinion poll conducted by TEPAV and A&G Research Company 56.3 percent of the respondents said that the current parliamentary system must be kept. 16 percent think that the presidential system must be introduced.
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08/03/2011   ANKARA - Polls show that the public opinion does not support the presidential system. The ratio of those not supporting the presidential regime is 56.3 percent as opposed to 16 percent who do. TEPAV and A&G Research Company conducted a pub [More]