Republican People's Party
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During the melee, did the law enforcement properly engage to prevent some of this once it was going on?
Jun 27 2016
Multiple people spoke about Republican People's Party in the news. We gather all their quotes on this page, an easy way to see all views about this topic at a glance. To go deeper, all quotes are redirected to the article from which they come. Adil Gür is the person who had the greatest number of quotes. The most recent one of them is: “But there's another candidate, Ihsanoğlu, who has picked up support from 10 smaller parties, even if it doesn't seem possible that the votes coming from them can be built into a solid block. Voting patterns are also likely to change this time. It seems that while their rival big parties are holding onto their loyalists, the CHP and MHP are slipping.”.
Quotes about Republican People's Party
Oct 02 2015Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu
If needed, there should be military operations, there are already some proposals for this. If it's needed to battle ISIL, the CHP will back a parliamentary resolution on the topic.
Aug 17 2015Bora Bayraktar - Euronews
As the Turkish Lira loses its value and violence escalates, the public and businesses are hoping a government will be established. But almost two and a half months after the elections, all the possibilities have been exhausted and there is still no government. It seems this political deadlock will only be broken by people at the polls.
Jun 08 2015Devlet Bahçeli
The first possibility should be a coalition between the AKP and HDP. The second model is a coalition between the AKP, CHP and HDP. If these two options fail, early elections must be held.
May 27 2015Bora Bayraktar - Euronews
The ruling Justice and Development Party is the biggest alliance in Turkish politics. It brings conservatives and the centre right under one roof. The Republican People's Party and the Nationalist Movement are the oldest political traditions. The main actor in this election is the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), which brings Kurds and the left-wing together.
Jan 01 2015Adil Gür
But there's another candidate, Ihsanoğlu, who has picked up support from 10 smaller parties, even if it doesn't seem possible that the votes coming from them can be built into a solid block. Voting patterns are also likely to change this time. It seems that while their rival big parties are holding onto their loyalists, the CHP and MHP are slipping.
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