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    • Ender Altan
    • 07.06.10 | 12:15 (IDT)

    Fact 1: opposition parties in Turkey have demanded early elections ever since they got defeated in the last one by a wide margin. Fact 2: a major consitutional referendum is scheduled for September 12th, but the main opposition party has applied to the Supreme Court to block the referendum. If the Supreme Court does block the referendum, then an early election is certainly possible. Fact 3: None of today's major Turkish dailies attribute early election demands to the governing party but there are a few stories about opposition parties asking for it. Fact 4: Lebanese media doesn't have much of any inside information or authority on Turkish prime minister's intentions, especially if Turkey's own media doesn't mention this as a serious story. Fact 5: Israeli Major-General Dayan should get some training on how not to issue threats based on bogus news stories.

    from the article: Turkey's diplomatic offensive against Israel gains Muslim steam
    First published 10:56 07.06.10 | Last updated 10:56 07.06.10
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