Wednesday, October 20, 2010

AK Party devises roadmap for third term victory

The ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party), which has emerged the victor in all local and parliamentary elections since it came to power in 2002, has been working on a new program to leave its rivals behind for a third term as well. 

The AK Party gathered at a meeting in Ankara's Kızılcahamam district over the weekend, and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the deputies discussed the party's new plans to emerge as the victor in the upcoming parliamentary elections, which are set to be held in June, and to take power as the single-party government once again.

The prime minister recently announced that general elections, scheduled to take place in July of next year, may be held in June instead. According to the AK Party's schedule, the elections will take place on June 5. If the Supreme Election Board (YSK) does not agree with the party regarding the date, the elections will be held on June 12. The roadmap, which has been prepared by Erdoğan and some of his closest party members, focuses on two main axes. The first is making a brand new civilian constitution and settling the Kurdish issue and ending the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorism. The second is kicking off a series of new investments...

Comment: We strongly support AK Party for enduring to lead Turkey be  developed nation without bribery.

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