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As people realize with the reports of badly constructed buildings in Turkiye that there is indeed a big corruption problem, may we know why the EU is pouring millions in this country (and its revisionist universities) for almost 20 years?

Maybe it would be time for some people to know that, unlike most African countries, Turkiye has a good number of billionaires.

by Tom2 on Thu Feb 16th, 2023 at 03:53:48 PM EST
The general idea is that they will get rid of Erdogan one day (or he will die of old age), and Turkey will go back to progressing on questions of rule of law, separation of religion and state, etc. It might even start quite soon (presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for May).

And now that Giscard and his generation of cultural racists are dead, they can start getting back on track with adhesion to the UE.

It is rightly acknowledged that people of faith have no monopoly of virtue - Queen Elizabeth II

by eurogreen on Thu Feb 16th, 2023 at 04:16:03 PM EST
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wasn't he supposed to put his son in charge? it is not a few million dollars scandals that should make him out the race
have you ever watched a turkish soap? they are masters at super long soaps with several "seasons"
the mob is actually the main character and the unifying theme of all these soaps
by Tom2 on Thu Feb 16th, 2023 at 06:32:11 PM EST
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