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Submitted by Edmond Beniacar (Australia), Oct 26, 2015 at 18:46

I have a question

We all know that the military has been seriously sidelined, but we also know that it is mostly of the Ataturk political persuasion. Any takeover by Ergdogan will be fairly blatant and difficult to disguise from anyone other than his committed supporters.

What is the possibility the military may decide that he has gone too far and step in ?

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Erdo─čan has taken control of the military leadership so the chances of a coup are small indeed.

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