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Reader comment on item: Will Turkey's Military Emulate Egypt's?

Submitted by havas (Turkey), Aug 1, 2013 at 01:09

laws are changed. before it was possible for military to take the power to protect the country from chaos and civil wars or islamizm. now even if you plan a military coup for any reason you go to jail for life time. and jails are full of hundreds of soldiers for this reason.

but if erdoğan is elected one more time ım afraid the future of turkey will be like egypt. ı hope he becomes president (who is symbolic) not prime minister and this pain can finish for us.

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