Corruption in Turkey exposes leadership

NY Times:

Corruption Scandal in Turkey Edges Toward Its Premier

Turkish protesters in Istanbul on Wednesday shouted slogans as they held signs calling for the government’s resignation.
A corruption inquiry took an ominous step closer to Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the prime minister, as three cabinet ministers resigned, with one urging his resignation.
I have long suspected that the Erdogen administration was rife with corruption.  His backing of the Palestinian death cult in Gaza was an early tip off.  Turkey and the Middle East will be better off with out him.


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