2019 local elections
If the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) sees an increase in erosion of their votes and the increased possibility of losing power in a possible election then it would "use all the ammunition till it is finished" for their own political continuity. But this would indeed mean leaving a “gigantic wreckage” for the citizens of the country.
Political communications experts believe that Turkey's Generation Z will be a hard demographic for candidates to win over in the 2023 general elections. One expert has told daily Hürriyet that members of this age group are either indifferent to the current political players, or simply not interested in politics.
Instead of extensive and detailed expressions about the solution to the Kurdish issue, the document highlights an approach that can be summarized as a “peaceful” solution. Throughout the entire text, it stresses that Turkey’s real problem is the current administration system, which is described as the “institutionalization of fascism.”