Turkey’s election board proposes Nov 1 as date for snap polls

One of the nails in the coffin of Turkish vision to develop as a leading “Democracy” in the region.  This decision will mark the end of Turkeys desires to ever become a Democratic country in the near future.

The article states:  “Turkey’s High Election Board has proposed November 1 as a date for possible snap parliamentary elections, ruling AK Party officials said on Thursday, paving the way for a break in a political deadlock after the collapse of coalition talks.”

“Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu formally ended attempts to find a junior coalition partner on Tuesday, more than two months after the last vote, handing the mandate back to President Tayyip Erdogan and making a fresh election almost inevitable.”



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