A new constitution hints at prolonging Erdogan’s rule

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has hinted at a new constitution to prolong his rule.

According to foreign news agency, Tayyip Erdogan said that it is time to discuss the new constitution in the country. If there is a consensus among the allies, they can work on a new constitution in the future.

He said the reason for Turkey’s problems was that the constitution was always drafted by the occupiers.

Turkey’s next presidential and parliamentary elections will be held in 2023. If Tayyip Erdogan is re-elected in 2023, he will remain president until 2028.

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