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Erdogan cites Hitler’s Germany as example of effective presidential system > - Strategic Culture Foundation: Both Erdogan and Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu have said that Ankara needs to move away from its current parliamentary system, to ensure that government becomes more streamlined.
“What is right for Turkey is to adopt the presidential system in line with the [democratic] spirit. This system will not evolve into dictatorship but if we do not have this spirit, even the parliamentary system can turn into this [dictatorship],” Davutoglu said in an interview with NTV, as reported by the Hurriyet Daily News.

The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), who won an absolute majority in the November’s elections, are looking to adopt a new Turkish constitution to facilitate the move toward a presidential system. Opposition parties have condemned the move, saying it would give Erdogan too much power and would make it easier for him to create one-man rule.

“[Erdogan] wants a presidential system in Turkey. He did not change his mind after the last election. I think he will force that, somehow. And I think this is the last exit before the full dictatorship for Turkey,”Ceyda Karan, an opposition journalist at Cumhuriyet newspaper, told RT.

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