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CEFTUS and RUSI Roundtable with Mr Cengiz Candar

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‘Snap Elections in Turkey: Now and Then’

28 October 2015, RUSU

The Centre for Turkey Studies in partnership with Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) hosted a roundtable with veteran journalist and author Mr Cengiz Candar.

Days before the General Elections in Turkey, Mr Candar shared his analysis on the tumultuous developments of recent months, from violent clashes between the Turkish state and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and Turkey’s policy over Syria to prospects of a change to a presidential system and making of a first civilian constitution.

 

 

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