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Enthusiasts Opinion: Erdogan is fighting to retain power

15:25  24 october  2021
15:25  24 october  2021 Source:   dw.com

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Turkish President wants to expel ten ambassadors, because they have campaigned for the release of Osman Kavala. Thus Erdogan again deflected away from domestic problems, find Erkan Arikan.

Weist die Botschafter zurecht: der türkische Präsident mit erhobenem Zeigefinger © Murat Cetinmuhurdar / Turkish Presidency / AA / picture alliance Assigns the ambassadors dogs: Turkish President, if there is an incriminating finger

Every time again a problem in the Turkish economy, every time Turkey from whatever reason is in the headlines, it is only a matter of time before a completely incomprehensible reaction of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan follows. Most recently at an event in western Turkey. There he announced that he had instructed the Foreign Ministry in order to let ten ambassadors identify who had called for the release of the philanthropist Osman Kavala.

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ladder It is obvious that Erdogan not only loves the conflict with the West, but also need. After all, why should he otherwise create with its main NATO partners USA, France and especially Germany. The tragedy of the relationship with Germany is that just less than a week before the German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Istanbul has expressed almost only praise for the German-Turkish relations. The eulogies were only lip service , also of Erdogan.

strategy of distraction: the West is always to blame

is again an effective means employing Turkish President again. The last survey results show that Erdogan's AKP party has massively lost support. Only about 30 percent said they would give their vote to the Turkish president. Then Erdogan responded with insults against the opposition parties.

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Last Thursday was officially announced then that the FATF, the international Task Force against money laundering, Ankara is under intensified observation. This decision was taken with slight fluctuations in the Istanbul Stock Exchange. But when the Turkish central bank completely unexpectedly and surprisingly lowered its key rate a second time, the exchange rates collapsed. The Turkish currency recorded a decline , which she had in decades.


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This shows once again the stronger the domestic pressure on Erdogan overloaded, the more violent his reaction, always against the West. And so it seemed just right that the ten ambassadors oriented with its appeal to Turkey.

The strong man and his desperate situation

It's not the first time that Erdogan rests with the West. But this time he has in my opinion, the arch spans properly. After Osman Kavala went to prison because of flimsy allegations over four years ago, you accused him of supporting the 2013 took place Gezi protests. A court acquitted him of it free, but a few hours later, another court sentenced him to be masterminding the attempted coup of the 2016th This also this allegation is more contrived than just the hair, is more than obvious.

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The European Court of Human Rights had ruled that for the further detention of Kavala there were no reasons and demanded his immediate release. Erdogan this had declined, which is why the Turkish dishes stuck to their decision. It confirms once again that the courts cases only on the instruction of the President judgments. By an independent judiciary, which Erdogan responds again, no question truly be here.

Young voters turn away from him

It is particularly significant is that young people under 25, as that would rather opt for other parties to the president. Unemployment is rising, the living in Turkey refugees are now seen as a threat, and a visibly well physically ailing president is no longer seen as a one-time hero.

In the near future, Turkey two important questions: Can keep the opposition parties their unity to the planned presidential election in 2023? If so, it is Erdogan have more than just hard to be re-elected. However, if the opposition splits playing in Erdogan's hands. Whatever the future holds, in the presence of the Turkish president has to do more hands full, not to upset the Western allies even more.

Author: Erkan Arikan

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