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Erdogan and Turkey

Reader comment on item: A Frank Exchange of Views with Turkey's Ambassador to Israel

Submitted by Malcolm Citron (United States), Feb 22, 2017 at 22:58

I agree with what you say about the Turkish people celebrating an early end to the reign of Mr. Erdogan (Then we can change his name to Erdogone.
But it would be important to have a reformer to take over the presidency of that country, and to go one step further, it would really solve worldly problems if the bad national leaders were replaced by good guys (or gals). Most citizens will follow their leaders advice and programs. All it would take to put the world on the right track is the replacement of five or six "bad" leaders. Maybe, some time in the future...
M.C.

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