As Turkey protests resume, Erdogan stirs up opposition even within his own party
Erdogan continues to enrage the public, including his own voting public, who see how the popularity of the prime minister, the one leader that can ensure AKP's rule, continuing to erode because of his arrogant behavior.
Devlet Bahçeli, head of the Nationalist Movement Party (known by its Turkish acronym of MHP) and his political rival, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, reminded the beaten protesters on Tuesday of the rules of the game.
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