Turkey’s President Erdogan may face a mutiny in his own party
Former bigwigs in the ruling party are said to be planning a new one
Jun 8th 2019 | ISTANBUL
ONE OF THE more tedious pastimes in Turkish politics is debating whether murmurs of discontent in the ruling Justice and Development (AK) party will transform into open rebellion against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Speculation inevitably begins whenever a former AK luminary says something even mildly critical of Turkey’s strongman, and dies down when nothing else follows.
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