Zeki Ceyhan: "Why are they sentenced to fall apart"

Zeki Ceyhan: "Why are they sentenced to fall apart"
Date: 7.11.2019 17:00

Milli Gazete columnist Zeki Ceyhan writes on Turkey's ruling party AKP. Here is the full article.

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Statements by AKP spokespersons reveal why this party is condemned to fall apart. 
Because the other one finds it wrong which the other one finds it right. Because one calls it bad which the other one calls it good.
Because what's beautiful for one is ugly for the other. AKP proving that they think very different things with their diametrically opposed statements. Like? For example, one of them, says the Decree Laws (KHK) are disaster. With this statement, grunts begin within the party.
For some of them, while calling the prosecutors to make a statement, some argue that such a statement would mean overshadowing July 15th. The general chairman says he regrets the statement. How can those who have such different views around the same subject continue to do politics under one roof?
Of course, those who have such different views around the same subject cannot stand under the same roof.
They are doomed to break up. Since we realize this fact, we say that the AKP will dissolve soon.
No one should expect people who stand up to such different views, believe in different things and think different things to stand together at length. Anyway, such an expectation would be nothing but abesle.
Well, so far, those who think that they can live under the same roof. Sometimes they seem to tolerate each other because of their partnership of interests, although they think differently.
So their interests can force them to act like this. But now we see that even interest partnerships are no longer enough to keep them together.
Because their common interests do not overlap, they conflict. When there is no simple partnership, why should these people stand together?
Yes, AKP people are running towards disintegration.
There's no reason to hold them together.
Even their President Erdoğan does not seem to be able to achieve this. The process they enter into is the process of disintegration. It seems like it's only a matter of time before they're split into at least two or three.
How is it possible to keep people who think and say different things together, even on major issues? That's why they're condemned to fall apart.


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