Out of the frying pan, into the fire?

Gorvett, Jon
September 2002
Middle East;Sep2002, Issue 326, p10
Focuses on the general election in Turkey. Fears of prime minister Bulent Ecevit on the outcome of the election; Declaration of deputy prime minister (DPM) Devlet Bahceli on his opposition to the government; Plans of former foreign minister Ismail Cem and former DPM Husamettin Ozkan to establish the center-left New Turkey Party.


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