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10.       catwoman
8933 posts
 02 Aug 2008 Sat 07:56 pm

Quoting AEnigmamagnadea:

Quoting Sfarog:

We´ll see what future will bring for Turkey. But I hope it´ll be less of what AKP stands for.



In YOUR view presumably?


What is wrong with that...? Of course WE ALL HOPE that the future will NOT bring Turkey what AKP truly stands for.

11.       gencturk
326 posts
 02 Aug 2008 Sat 08:35 pm

Quoting catwoman:

Quoting AEnigmamagnadea:

Quoting Sfarog:

We´ll see what future will bring for Turkey. But I hope it´ll be less of what AKP stands for.



In YOUR view presumably?


What is wrong with that...? Of course WE ALL HOPE that the future will NOT bring Turkey what AKP truly stands for.



what AKP truly stands for?

12.       Trudy
7887 posts
 03 Aug 2008 Sun 10:31 am

Quoting gencturk:

what AKP truly stands for?



Enlighten me please. Tell me what it truly stands for, maybe my prejudiced (western) view will change (or not of course...)

13.       gencturk
326 posts
 04 Aug 2008 Mon 07:46 pm

Quoting Trudy:

Quoting gencturk:

what AKP truly stands for?



Enlighten me please. Tell me what it truly stands for, maybe my prejudiced (western) view will change (or not of course...)



well, I am neither a pro nor an anti AKP. but Everyone should respect the voters. Citizens voted 34% at 2002 and voted 46% at 2007 for AKP (voter participation %84 and Second most voted party was %20 ). AKP increased their votes. This was not happend in last 50 years. this is democracy and we have fragile democracy in Turkey. we have faced 3 military coup (1960, 1970, 1980 ). the military is still (politically) strong and threat for the government.
I am not going to describe what AKP stand for. but rather I will give you two links, interview with Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (Prime minister of Turkey and Leader of the AKP). which may helpful.

Charlie Rose - Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2005)
Charlie Rose - Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2007)

14.       şeyma
1 posts
 04 Aug 2008 Mon 07:52 pm

kesinilkle türkiye için olabilceğinin en iyisi oldu.
Really its good new for our country.

15.       mltm
3690 posts
 04 Aug 2008 Mon 08:03 pm



These interviews date from 2005, since then a lot of things are changed.

And what they truly stood for was asked, not what they said they were standing for.

16.       gencturk
326 posts
 04 Aug 2008 Mon 08:09 pm

Quoting mltm:

And what they truly stood for was asked, not what they said they were standing for.




you may decide that. and these links may helpful to you.

17.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 04 Aug 2008 Mon 08:26 pm

here is what these monkeys stand for
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tozH0M1gQWI


"You can`t be both a Muslim and secularist. These two don`t mix up."

Tayyip

18.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 04 Aug 2008 Mon 08:37 pm

Quoting gencturk:

Quoting Trudy:

Quoting gencturk:

what AKP truly stands for?



Enlighten me please. Tell me what it truly stands for, maybe my prejudiced (western) view will change (or not of course...)



well, I am neither a pro nor an anti AKP. but Everyone should respect the voters. Citizens voted 34% at 2002 and voted 46% at 2007 for AKP (voter participation %84 and Second most voted party was %20 ). AKP increased their votes. This was not happend in last 50 years. this is democracy and we have fragile democracy in Turkey. we have faced 3 military coup (1960, 1970, 1980 ). the military is still (politically) strong and threat for the government.
I am not going to describe what AKP stand for. but rather I will give you two links, interview with Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (Prime minister of Turkey and Leader of the AKP). which may helpful.

Charlie Rose - Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2005)
Charlie Rose - Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2007)




still playing the democracy card? we all know that democracy is just a tool for akp to transform Turkey into a theocratic state.

If you`re really such a dedicated fan of democracy, what do you think about the head courts judgement confirming that akp violates the constitution? That constitution was voted by more than 90 percent of the people, and 90 is greater than 47.

19.       gencturk
326 posts
 04 Aug 2008 Mon 09:19 pm

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting gencturk:

Quoting Trudy:

Quoting gencturk:

what AKP truly stands for?



Enlighten me please. Tell me what it truly stands for, maybe my prejudiced (western) view will change (or not of course...)



well, I am neither a pro nor an anti AKP. but Everyone should respect the voters. Citizens voted 34% at 2002 and voted 46% at 2007 for AKP (voter participation %84 and Second most voted party was %20 ). AKP increased their votes. This was not happend in last 50 years. this is democracy and we have fragile democracy in Turkey. we have faced 3 military coup (1960, 1970, 1980 ). the military is still (politically) strong and threat for the government.
I am not going to describe what AKP stand for. but rather I will give you two links, interview with Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (Prime minister of Turkey and Leader of the AKP). which may helpful.

Charlie Rose - Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2005)
Charlie Rose - Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2007)




still playing the democracy card? we all know that democracy is just a tool for akp to transform Turkey into a theocratic state.

If you`re really such a dedicated fan of democracy, what do you think about the head courts judgement confirming that akp violates the constitution? That constitution was voted by more than 90 percent of the people, and 90 is greater than 47.





That constitution wrote by Military coup (1980 ). and Head court (Anayasa mahkemesi) members to be appointed by former President Ahmet necdet sezer, Who is an anti akp person. So there is no justified Law and judgement.

and you should be a fan of democracy, everyone needs democracy.

20.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 04 Aug 2008 Mon 09:39 pm

Quoting gencturk:

Quoting tamikidakika:

Quoting gencturk:

Quoting Trudy:

Quoting gencturk:

what AKP truly stands for?



Enlighten me please. Tell me what it truly stands for, maybe my prejudiced (western) view will change (or not of course...)



well, I am neither a pro nor an anti AKP. but Everyone should respect the voters. Citizens voted 34% at 2002 and voted 46% at 2007 for AKP (voter participation %84 and Second most voted party was %20 ). AKP increased their votes. This was not happend in last 50 years. this is democracy and we have fragile democracy in Turkey. we have faced 3 military coup (1960, 1970, 1980 ). the military is still (politically) strong and threat for the government.
I am not going to describe what AKP stand for. but rather I will give you two links, interview with Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (Prime minister of Turkey and Leader of the AKP). which may helpful.

Charlie Rose - Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2005)
Charlie Rose - Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2007)




still playing the democracy card? we all know that democracy is just a tool for akp to transform Turkey into a theocratic state.

If you`re really such a dedicated fan of democracy, what do you think about the head courts judgement confirming that akp violates the constitution? That constitution was voted by more than 90 percent of the people, and 90 is greater than 47.





That constitution wrote by Military coup (1980 ). and Head court (Anayasa mahkemesi) members to be appointed by former President Ahmet necdet sezer, Who is an anti akp person. So there is no justified Law and judgement.

and you should be a fan of democracy, everyone needs democracy.



The 1982 constitution was accepted by 94 percent of the people in the referendum held in the same year.
http://ansiklopedi.blogspot.com/2004/12/1982-anayasas.html



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