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    Post by Rocky Mon 17 Apr 2017, 1:47 am



    International Press



    Newsweek: Turkey referendum is important to the United States and the world ,

    said the American magazine Newsweek, said that the referendum conducted by Turkey Sunday on constitutional amendments that give the president broad powers, is important to the United States and the world.
    The newspaper pointed out that the referendum "yes" or "no" represents the height of a fierce battle for the ruling Justice and Altnmh ruling and Erdogan, to resume the formal control of the country, pointing out that the proposed in the referendum , the constitutional amendments will strengthen the power in the hands of the Turkish President, and will be a big change User president Turkey NATO.
    The paper talked about the proposed Turkish constitution amendments, and said that would limit the ability of parliament to the president accountable, although they increase the number of seats of parliament from 550 to 600, but the Legislative Council will no longer be able to offer to withdraw confidence from the government and its officials actions. It remains possible to have deputy ministers and the president, but the president himself written parliamentary questions.
    And the possibility that Erdogan loses that battle, the newspaper pointed out that opinion polls indicate the progress of the approval team by 51% with a turnout approaching 99%. The winning team "no" would be a devastating defeat for Erdogan , who has silenced the opposition in the country since the coup attempt last July.
    The Times concluded in the end to say that Erdogan ventured his future and the future of his country in this referendum, with the allowed irregularities, it depends on the Turkish people now to decide whether the boss will win or lose.



    The Sunday Telegraph: Erdogan 's everywhere

    in the Sunday Telegraph writes Ruff referendum planned for Sanchez to take place in Turkey, and the pursuit of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan , to transform himself into a "Sultan".
    On the streets where he was selling Erdogan cakes with sesame while he was a child overlooking the football stadium bears his name, as stated in the report.
    Overlooking the face of a huge banner hung on the facade of a mosque in the mountain village dating back to spend the summer in his childhood.
    The prison where the day was arrested for throwing an Islamic poem became a shelter for thousands of his opponents.
    And if voters answered yes in the current referendum on the president 's powers will become Recep Tayyip Erdogan , who grew up in a religious family belong to the middle class the most powerful man in the history of modern Turkey.
    Erdogan 's opponents believe that if the yes vote in the referendum would be such a blow to Turkish democracy and the beginning of the era of one - man rule.
    Senor Jagaptaa author of " The new Sultan said , " that if the people win the referendum Erdogan divides into two halves, half see where his power and half see it as Dictatourah. "



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