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Prime Minister and possible loss of land

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Aug 15, 2014 at 19:01

Professor, you mentioned that the right person as Prime Minister will make life easier for Erdogan. How short is this list?

Plus, with me being an Orthodox Christian, I hope that the prophecy of the Elder Paisos regarding Constantinople comes true, sooner, rather than later. What are the chances of Turkey losing land, because I don't see the Kurds being satisfied with the amount of land they currently control.

Thank you.

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There seem to be 2-3 senior AKP figures under consideration.

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