In the mean time, some tension between pro-Erdoğan and pro-Gül factions emerge…

In the end, Gül shows his fury against his AKP mates

from Hurriyet Daily News
It was in Ruşen Çakır?s column: The topic is whether or not President Abdullah Gül will participate.


Gül, Erdoğan engage in proxy presidential row

from Hurriyet Daily News
A proxy debate has been sparked over the presidential system, with contrasting statements coming from different senior members of the government, including those close to Gül.

Will Gül run for a second term in office?

from Today’s Zaman, your gateway to Turkish daily news :: Columnists by MARKAR ESAYAN
President Abdullah Gül is one of three major figures of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party), which sprung from the National View (Milli Görüş) tradition and which was established after the postmodern coup of Feb. 28, 1997, which mainly targeted the representatives and economic enterprises of religious groups. These politicians had established the AK Party after becoming alienated in 1997 from the National View tradition which had previously produced such now-defunct parties as the National Salvation Party (MSP), the Welfare Party (RP) and the Virtue Party (FP).


Turkey?s election campaign is starting early

from Hurriyet Daily News
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) government wants to move the local elections..


CHP?s new A-team set to win elections in Istanbul

from Hurriyet Daily News
The new A-team of the main opposition is set to win the local elections in Istanbul slated.

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