A military coup is not Turkey’s solution
The Globe and Mail
The soldiers storm the presidential palace, kick out the increasingly autocratic leader and quickly restore constitutional rights and democracy: That is the popular dream of the military coup. For some Turks, though not most, that is the hazy memory of the last time the military seized power, in 1980; for others, it is what they think was attempted Friday night.
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