Journalist Murat Yetkin, who wrote two scenarios about the People’s alliance in Ankara backstage, said in his article published today that there are two scenarios. Yetkin said, “With the scenario that Erdogan continues with Bahçeli, it may be possible to open the way for Erdogan to be a candidate once again with the announcement of an early election decision just before the 2023 election. With this scenario, not fundamental reforms, but administrative and economic regulations that take Bahceli’s permission.” used the expressions.
A part of Yetkin’s article titled “Two scenarios are becoming apparent on two fronts in Ankara” is as follows:
In the political backstage of Ankara, two scenarios and two scenarios are being spoken in both the ruling AK Party-MHP alliance and the opposition CHP-Good Party alliance. These scenarios were not so pronounced after the AK Party’s defeat in the 2019 local elections (although the MHP was profitable). The coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic, which shook the world a little, which caused it to become more pronounced, was the economic balances that deteriorated even more with the interest-rate insistence.
TWO SCENARIOS ON THE POWER
Albayrak was at the forefront of the disturbances that could not be expressed within the AK Party base; was a family member.
Another disturbance is that MHP leader Devlet Bahçeli is now involved not only in government affairs but also in AK Party affairs. Now, Bülent Arınç is scapegoated and the storm seems to have been overcome, but who will be next is unknown.
The first scenario in the People’s Alliance front is Erdogan’s continuation with Bahçeli. With this scenario, the discomfort within the AK Party is occasionally raised and the 2023 election is tried to be found by “changing the lamb” as in the joke. The move at that stage, on the other hand, may be to pave the way for Erdogan to be a candidate once again with the announcement of an early election decision just before the 2023 election. With this scenario, not fundamental reforms, but administrative and economic arrangements with Bahçeli’s permission can be made.
The second scenario is that Erdoğan does not continue with Bahçeli. In this case, it is still possible to preserve his presidency, but through a Constitutional amendment to be reached through compromise with other parties. It is possible to strengthen the parliament and the judiciary, and to keep Erdogan as president, by compromise. And it is clear that only İYİ Party will not be enough.