“We want old Erdogan back,” a Turkish woman tweeted some time ago, referring to Turkey’s charismatic prime minister. “I see no alternative to him at the moment but the future seems bleak without course correction.”
A big loss
Turks voted for the current government because it promised in rallies to make democratic reforms. In many cases, however, the government adopted reforms as a way of bargaining.Mahir Zeynalov
On Monday, the government will announce a package of reforms to serve as a shot in the arm to save government’s declining popularity ahead of key elections next year. The government keeps the content of the reforms – so called democratization package – secret.