State, Institutions and Reform In Turkey after July 15

Author: Bülent Aras
The failed coup of July 15 has shocked the current state apparatus in Turkey [1]. This shock has culminated in the public demand for administrative reform, which would make previous public designs and policy failures a matter of the past. There is large room to manoeuvre for reformist leaders seeking legitimacy and justification in order to adapt and implement a reform agenda for the foreseeable future in Turkey. On the side of the ruling party, a constitutional cure has been formulated, first, to ensure majoritarian control of all levers of the government, transcending the separation of powers; second, to sideline the bureaucratic resistance through remodelling it. Click on the link to read more…
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