3 June 2015. The upcoming elections on 7 June 2015 will be decisive. In the essay that appeared on 3 June 2015 in the German daily newspaper Die Welt, Soli Özel, Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy, analyses the key factors of the elections. He points out the role of the pro-kurdish HDP (People’s Democratic Party) that could be the pivotal factor. Read the article here.


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