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Turkish Gambit: I went to a familiar process

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Interesting information came from Turkey. So far, the Prime Minister of Turkey Ahmet Davutoglu decided to hold an extraordinary congress of his party Justice and Development Party (AKP), and announced that he would not run again in its chairmen. He said this after a meeting of the party executive committee.


Turkish Gambit: I went to a familiar process


“Our party is entering a new stage of development. After consultations inside the AKP, I decided to hold an extraordinary congress on May 22. I never ran after the post. And I don’t think to become a candidate for party chairpersons in conditions where there is no agreement. I will not nominate nominee on the May 22 vote. "

The Turkish Prime Minister has traditionally become the head of the ruling party. In this regard, the new chairman of the AKP, which will be determined 22 May, is expected to will the formation of the next government of the republic.

But Ahmet Davutoglu leaves the post of chairman of the party, and will not run again. At the same time Davutoglu will continue to work in Parliament.

"I will not run for the presidency of the AKP at an extraordinary congress, but until the last moment I will continue my political struggle as a deputy of the AKP."

A sudden twist, is not it? And it is unclear what it is called. I agree that it is not just the prime stands up and goes away. In any case, this is preceded by some event. But, having looked good, I could not find at least some of the small scandal associated with Davutoglu. The rumors, nothing more.

They speak loudly (and slowly begin to write even in Turkey) that Davutoglu is a series of continuous disagreements with Erdogan. There are differences on the composition of the current government, the governing apparatus of the AKP. Moreover, Davutoglu recently lost his powers personally appoint the heads of regional branches of the AKP. This right has passed the executive committee of the party. At that Davutoglu and outlined its position further.

And they say that Erdogan is afraid of competition from Davutolgu. Not without reason, because his own position is not as strong and reliable as to the deterioration of relations with Russia.

And this rumor is confirmed, oddly enough, he Davutoglu.

"Whatever happens, I'll always be true to our relations with the president of his family -. This is my family, we often walked shoulder to shoulder, and I think any speculation about this inappropriate."

It is possible and believe. Friend, colleague and all that, at the request of the President leaves the well, by the way, well-deserved post refuses to run 22 May and content of the deputy chair. In which will continue their struggle.

To be honest, it looks like, again, Ukraine. And not quite Ukraine. In Ukraine it was not quite the Chairman of the People's Council, which is trying to continue fighting in the deputy chair, while in Ukraine was recently the Prime Minister. How many naborolsya one, we can tell quite clearly today about the second ... it is also necessary to find. Lost.

Roughly the same thing will happen with Davutoglu.
Not so long ago, in one of his statements, he said that the new Turkish constitution will be based on a presidential system. Here is the essence of all that is happening.

In today's Turkey, the president does not have such power and authority that are with the prime minister. Turkey - a parliamentary republic. Apparently, it was a time of great change. Erdogan need more power, otherwise it will have to forget about how may soon everyone will forget about the Davutoglu.

Ahmet Davutoglu is considered the chief architect of Turkey's foreign policy since the days of Ataturk. He was the author of the Turkish foreign policy doctrine of "zero problems with neighbors", which was designed using the tools of "soft power" to make Turkey a strong and influential regional power. And by the way, this doctrine has been implemented quite successfully.

Davutoglu has played a big role in that, since 2002 years, Turkey has repeatedly acted as a mediator in various regional conflicts - between Syria and Israel, Israel and Hamas, Fatah and Hamas.

However, the onset of the "Arab Spring" put all the political achievements of the end of Turkey. Active support Erdogan (then prime minister) Islamists of various stripes, including the "Muslim Brotherhood" in Egypt, Libya and Syria, rather damaged the political reputation of Turkey, rather than strengthened the Turkish position.

It makes sense to remember that then Davutoglu was the Minister of Foreign Affairs. And when Erdogan became president, he was elected to the post of prime minister.

And so it is the natural ending.

So, what do we have?

Davutoglu gave up without a fight. About he developed the concept of "zero problems with neighbors" can be forgotten. In Israel, according to local media, has long been forgotten. Syrian events only confirm this.

What 22 May SDP will elect a new chairman who will be engaged in the formation of a new government, it is clear. That it will be a person, pleasing Parteigenosse Erdogan (who is also a member of the AKP, of course), it is also clear as day.

And then? And all. Next, the new Turkish Constitution, which will be based on the president, rather than parliament.

I am sure that the vast majority of readers understand what will this Turkish Gambit. By the beginning of the great dream of Erdogan - the revival of the Ottoman Empire.
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  1. Teberii
    Teberii 6 May 2016 05: 45
    +11
    Davutoglu has become a "scapegoat" as Prime Minister, he is the main person of Turkey and does not want to be responsible for Erdogan's antics.
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    2. siberalt
      siberalt 6 May 2016 06: 24
      +47
      The chief astrologer realized that the shah was going mad. The political situation in Turkey is similar to that in Ukraine. The difference is that Erdogan is more independent from the United States and does not care about NATO, having his own decent army. For Turkey, a very problematic issue of the Kurds, especially that part of it, which is the "Kurdish Workers' Party". If the EU caved in under Turkey on refugee and European integration issues, it is not Erdogan's merit, but his disgraced prime minister. Not everything is going smoothly with the great Ottoman with his military elite. Especially after the organized terrorist attack against them, attributed to "unknown" terrorists. Losing his faithful companions, he prepared an unenviable fate for himself. Well, we'll take a look.
      1. inkass_98
        inkass_98 6 May 2016 06: 55
        +25
        The casket, as usual, opens even easier. Since the power of the prime minister is wider than the presidential one, it is necessary to make sure that all the fullness of power is in the same hands or in the hands of a loved one. And such a person exists in the government - Erdogan’s son-in-law Berat Albayrak holds the post of Minister of Energy. It’s something that they’re expected to premiere. It turns out such a completely family idyll, just like the Saudis loved by Erdogan.
        1. Armored optimist
          Armored optimist 6 May 2016 07: 28
          +18
          I don’t think he gave up. That would be too easy. Since Pidorgan’s ambitions are not backed up by his condition, and David Oglyevich is the ideologist of everything that has been happening lately in Turkey, it seems to me that he has planned some intrigues. There is no point in listening to his crucifixion in devotion. In the near future he will overthrow the former boss, or will go to jail.
          1. sgazeev
            sgazeev 6 May 2016 07: 57
            +3
            Quote: armored optimist
            I don’t think he gave up. That would be too easy. Since Pidorgan’s ambitions are not backed up by his condition, and David Oglyevich is the ideologist of everything that has been happening lately in Turkey, it seems to me that he has planned some intrigues. There is no point in listening to his crucifixion in devotion. In the near future he will overthrow the former boss, or will go to jail.

            recourse
            1. Thrall
              Thrall 6 May 2016 08: 19
              +19
              Still ahead in turretchine lol
          2. Nikolay K
            Nikolay K 6 May 2016 11: 53
            -2
            Davutoglu for Erdogan is like Medvedev for Putin, so a political puppet. Although, of course, not quite so. . . To be such an advanced iPhone as Medvedev, few will succeed. So Davutoglu didn’t succeed, you see, he had his own opinion on solving political problems in Turkey and he became too independent from Erdogan. And the latter is completely useless. So friends and comrades said goodbye, a new vacancy was announced in the Turkish Puppet Theater. Oh, we would have to fuse Medvedev there, so the Turks won’t take it, they don’t understand their happiness.
            1. Cro-Magnon
              Cro-Magnon 6 May 2016 12: 53
              +11
              You are wrong ... Dovutoglu is just that tail that wags the dog ...
          3. Oldwiser
            Oldwiser 7 May 2016 09: 29
            0
            Or recall the expressions of Eduard Shevardnadze (before the Rose Revolution) -
            {грузинский} a thief must be in prison or leave Georgia
          4. Oldwiser
            Oldwiser 7 May 2016 09: 29
            0
            Or recall the expressions of Eduard Shevardnadze (before the Rose Revolution) -
            {грузинский} a thief must be in prison or leave Georgia
        2. Sid.74
          Sid.74 6 May 2016 08: 23
          +5
          Quote: inkass_98
          Casket, as usual, opens even easier.

          The struggle for full power is of course present. But ... Davutoglu was a pro-Western and pro-American politician ... and called for joining the EU.
          To say that the states are dissatisfied with Turkey ... it is nothing to say ... Erdogan is not liked in the USA ... and relied on Davutoglu in the case of Maidan in Turkey.

          I suppose Turkey will not grow together with the EU ... so this failure will be blamed on it ... they will also write off the attack on our "drying", since this vile type had the imprudence to say in parliament that it was he who authorized the attack on our plane .. . will write off and fall in the tourism industry ... and sanctions from Russia ... and the embargo.

          And it will be interesting ... if he is accused of helping the IG ... winked
          1. Stas157
            Stas157 6 May 2016 10: 03
            +4
            Quote: Sid.74
            Erdogan is not liked in the USA ... and relied on Davutoglu in case of Maidan in Turkey.

            I agree. Rather, it is than, like Skomorokhov’s:
            So, what do we have?

            Davutoglu surrendered without a fight.
          2. Oldwiser
            Oldwiser 7 May 2016 09: 32
            +1
            Quote: Sid.74
            he is accused of helping IS

            They will accuse, and they will also say that Oglu forced the Perdogan son to provide his personal accounts in Western banks to pay for ISIS free oil ...
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      2. 72jora72
        72jora72 6 May 2016 08: 34
        +3
        The chief stargazer realized that the shah was losing his mind.
        The "chief astrologer" made a lot of efforts to get cockroaches in the shah's head ...
      3. Knizhnik
        Knizhnik 6 May 2016 09: 36
        +3
        It was mentioned on Euronews that Davutoglu allegedly left, including because he did not quite agree with the methods for resolving the Kurdish issue. Should I expect changes in the course of Turkey?
      4. avt
        avt 6 May 2016 09: 42
        +5
        Quote: siberalt
        The chief stargazer realized that the shah was losing his mind.

        Maybe so, or maybe they’ll get the first number to replace the ethnic menhrel rushing towards the edge of the abyss from the strike of a descendant of the Crimean Tatra refugees, and even if .... in time to betray, it’s not to betray, but to foresee wassat The universal formula of a cynical politician works flawlessly.
        A sudden turn, isn't it? And it is completely unclear what caused it. Agree that just because the prime minister does not get up and does not leave. In any case, this is preceded by some events.
        request Well, something prescribed USA Turkey and very bitter and not at all healing. They published the map with the Kurdistan painted in the place of Turkey, so it’s rather likely that some events will follow. Moreover, taking into account the visa fuss over Europe, this will hit the European countries painfully.
        Quote: Thrall
        Still ahead in turretchine

        Well, yes. “Only when everyone dies, only then the Great Game will end.” And the Turks completely forgot WHO and HOW last time they cut the “Sick Man of Europe” to shreds, and before that did not take the asking Turkey into the Entente, practically shoving it into ,, The triple alliance "in place of Italy that left it. The move is made in the Game on the Turkey square, the move is interesting.
      5. Alex
        Alex 6 May 2016 10: 35
        +3
        Quote: siberalt
        Losing his faithful companions, he prepared for himself an unenviable fate.

        In general, it’s a completely standard way: first we come to power together, then it becomes crowded on the powerful Olympus. And gingerbread, as you know, has always been lacking at all. Moreover, the authorities.
      6. Tujh
        Tujh 7 May 2016 05: 53
        0
        Quote: siberalt
        Erdogan is more independent from the United States and spit on NATO, having its own decent army.

        The army is decent, but it doesn’t smell of special independence. Own developments of the military-industrial complex or not, or there are very few of them. The main armament is produced either under license or on the basis of obsolete models (M48, M60). Even the promising Altai tank is half slime from the South Korean K2. I’m silent about aviation in general - everything was bought or licensed by the Americans. Air defense staff. The Navy is half German. What independence from the USA and NATO?
    3. Finches
      Finches 6 May 2016 06: 42
      +8
      Previously, the sultan affectionately made the guilty vizier drink coffee with diamond crumbs ..., showing him that he had lost confidence, and now, even in Turkey, democracy - just becomes a simple deputy! laughing

      But to be serious, Davutoglu is no less guilty of the policies pursued by Erdogan than Erdogan himself! And realizing that he would have to answer for all this, he wanted to be clean!
      1. OlegV
        OlegV 6 May 2016 07: 32
        +14
        And Ahmet Davutoglu leaves the post of party chairman ...

        here she is a reptile when she showed herself .... what was silent before ??
      2. Baloo
        Baloo 6 May 2016 08: 01
        +4
        Davutoglu is no less guilty of the policies pursued by Erdogan than Erdogan himself! And realizing that he would have to answer for all this, he wanted to be clean!

        Is Davutoglu not involved in Erdogan’s bid for Crimean Tatars-banderlogs?
        It is clear that Erdogan will now move his sons, as the chair is staggered, the last bag of money ends, because Russia does not steal Syrian and Iraqi oil.
        To send Erdogan a rope with soap, or can this complicate our diplomatic relations?
        1. Beefeater
          Beefeater 6 May 2016 08: 37
          0
          Quote: Balu
          Davutoglu is no less guilty of the policies pursued by Erdogan than Erdogan himself! And realizing that he would have to answer for all this, he wanted to be clean!


          It is clear that Erdogan will now move his sons, as the chair is staggered, the last bag of money ends, because Russia does not steal Syrian and Iraqi oil.
          To send Erdogan a rope with soap, or can this complicate our diplomatic relations?

          What for? Erdogan will build Islamic Turkey
          And there will be to himself padishah
        2. ver_
          ver_ 6 May 2016 10: 45
          +1
          ..but the "cleansing" of the top of the Turkish army is not involved in any way? ..
      3. avt
        avt 6 May 2016 10: 18
        0
        Quote: Finches
        Previously, the sultan affectionately made the guilty vizier drink coffee with diamond chips ...,

        what Didn’t he send a bowstring from a bow, or a silk lace?
    4. Andrey K
      Andrey K 6 May 2016 07: 29
      +15
      Somehow you are already very scholastic about Davutoglu ...
      This is the same "wolf in sheep's clothing" as Erdogan, only smarter ...
      Your "does not want to be responsible for Erdogan's antics" is a little untrue.
      Davutoglu is the "black cardinal" of Turkey, all this flirtation with terrorists, the winding up of nationalist hysteria, theoretical calculations on the revival of neo-Ottomanism - this is the brainchild of Davutoglu ... I felt the smell of fried and to the side ...
      1. Wolverine
        Wolverine 6 May 2016 11: 11
        0
        Well, the "oil painting" is clearing up, there are no few opinions ... +
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    6. Aleksandr72
      Aleksandr72 6 May 2016 08: 15
      +9
      Davutoglu is as guilty of Erdogan's "antics" as Erdogan himself, except that he tried to keep more in the shadow of his sovereign and president in one bottle. And I would not particularly trust Davutoglu's "crying Yaroslavna" - this is Turkey, and as the legal successor to the territory of the Byzantine Empire, the Turks completely adopted the famous Byzantine cunning and skills of undercover struggle (or games - as you wish) and intrigues among the upper echelons of power. It is clear that Erdogan is asleep and sees himself as the sultan of the new Ottoman Empire, and in this struggle for supreme power he staked on the radical Islamization of his country. Only time will tell what Davutoglu really wanted (or from what he wanted to divert attention) by taking this step.
      I have the honor.
    7. ruAlex
      ruAlex 6 May 2016 09: 52
      0
      What to guess, the article stated correctly that the author did not find anything other than rumors. So wait and see where the wind blew.
    8. Vend
      Vend 6 May 2016 09: 53
      0
      Quote: Teberii
      Davutoglu has become a "scapegoat" as Prime Minister, he is the main person of Turkey and does not want to be responsible for Erdogan's antics.

      We ran from a sinking ship wink
    9. razmik72
      razmik72 6 May 2016 09: 59
      0
      SULTAN should be only one and all.
    10. Revolver
      Revolver 6 May 2016 17: 20
      0
      Quote: Teberii
      Davutoglu became the "scapegoat"

      No, he became only "scapegoats", and he became a goat long ago.
      lol
    11. GSH-18
      GSH-18 9 May 2016 21: 50
      0
      Quote: Teberii
      Davutoglu has become a "scapegoat" as Prime Minister, he is the main person of Turkey and does not want to be responsible for Erdogan's antics.

      Two horned unclean. One another is no better.
  2. itr
    itr 6 May 2016 05: 51
    +5
    in my opinion, he simply decided to leave with his head held high and not dismissed under article
    1. SSR
      SSR 6 May 2016 06: 07
      +2
      Quote: itr
      in my opinion, he simply decided to leave with his head held high and not dismissed under article

      + Yes, and his words that "his family is my family ........" well, I don’t know, because when Erdogan and Assad’s family spent their holidays, their families were friends ..... Looks like they are still afraid that Erdogashka won't just leave him.
    2. Amurets
      Amurets 6 May 2016 06: 42
      +2
      Quote: itr
      in my opinion, he simply decided to leave with his head held high and not dismissed under article

      Well, in the days of the Sultans, he could have gone not with his head held high, but taller than his head. I think there is a fierce undercover fight and Davutoglu began to lose heavily.
      1. Winnie76
        Winnie76 6 May 2016 07: 41
        +5
        Quote: itr
        he just decided to leave with his head held high

        Little rat himself decided to leave wink already funny. Almost like a rabbit-egg-laying ...
    3. Revolver
      Revolver 6 May 2016 17: 26
      0
      Quote: itr
      in my opinion he just decided to leave himself head held high

      In the days of the Sultans, the Viziers usually left in this way, with their severed head held high at the peak.
  3. Knowing
    Knowing 6 May 2016 05: 52
    +1
    Will give the killers of the Russian pilot, no ...? Everything from this will circle.
    1. Ayujak
      Ayujak 6 May 2016 07: 19
      +2
      Yes, Erdogan is the same killer. After all, the pilot and his command are just pawns.
    2. Kenneth
      Kenneth 6 May 2016 07: 33
      +1
      They will forgive them. Already talk of easing sanctions
  4. Korsar4
    Korsar4 6 May 2016 05: 59
    +2
    Instability. Let's see who in this muddy water will be able to catch a fish.
  5. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 6 May 2016 06: 07
    +1
    Erdogan won the domestic political struggle. It will not lead to anything good. The times of the Ottoman Empire are long gone. History will be repeated in the form of farce.
  6. aszzz888
    aszzz888 6 May 2016 06: 12
    +6
    Davutoglu has a series of continuous disagreements with Erdogan.

    Spiders in the bank, but only Turkish! laughing
  7. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 6 May 2016 06: 16
    +2
    Erdogan is tightening the nuts more and more. His desire to rule Turkey alone has long been on the surface of political life. He even began to "eat" his associates and his inner circle. Before that, the military, the media, the opposition. Something suggests that tyrants don't live long.
    1. Beefeater
      Beefeater 6 May 2016 08: 46
      0
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Erdogan is tightening the nuts more and more. His desire to rule Turkey alone has long been on the surface of political life. He even began to "eat" his associates and his inner circle. Before that, the military, the media, the opposition. Something suggests that tyrants don't live long.
      Pinochet for example or Kim Il Sung
      It all depends on whether he has the skill and determination to create a semi-military dictatorship, there were many examples in Turkish history, Kemal Atatürk is the first thing that comes to mind
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 6 May 2016 12: 05
        0
        Pinochet for example or Kim Il Sung

        Pinochet was tried. And the example with the leader of the DPRK is not entirely tactful. Yet Turkey is not S. Korea.
    2. Leto
      Leto 6 May 2016 10: 00
      -2
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Something tells us that tyrants do not live long.

      And what exactly? For example, Robert Mugabe tells you what?
      1. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 6 May 2016 12: 03
        0
        Yes, Zimbabwe is a worthy example of the longevity of politicians. You would also give an example of some Aboriginal leader in Australia. You’d better delve into world history from ancient times to the 20th century.
        And what exactly? (prompts)

        Above wrote - history.
    3. Mikhail Matyugin
      Mikhail Matyugin 31 May 2016 13: 33
      0
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Erdogan tightens the nuts more and more. His desire to rule Turkey alone has long been on the surface of political life.

      Not only "tightens the nuts". This is done by many, including in the Russian Federation, for example. A completely different matter that clearly follows the path of the revival of Ottomanism and Pantyukrism as the dominant ideology and towards the goal of uniting all Turkic peoples of Southwest Asia through this.

      For example, at a recent rally dedicated to the next anniversary of the capture of Constantinople, he stated a number of extremely controversial theses, even for secular Muslims in Turkey.
  8. Holsten
    Holsten 6 May 2016 06: 43
    +8
    To jump off with his head held high is a good idea only for Davutoglu himself. For Erdogan, it would be a good idea to use your closest friend and ally as a scapegoat. Jambs are a lot in haste and someone should answer. So why look far?
  9. Wolka
    Wolka 6 May 2016 06: 50
    0
    a woman with a cart is easier, just what
  10. shinobi
    shinobi 6 May 2016 06: 52
    +1
    And then there will be a war. And from that the NATO will be able to besiege the Turks or support it, there will be a regional or global war. There is of course an option that Erdogan will be removed for a quiet, sudden serious illness with a fatal outcome, or a successful attempt. But they did.
    1. Ayujak
      Ayujak 6 May 2016 07: 21
      +1
      It definitely smacks of it. Erdogan turned into Turkey into an authoritarian state. And what fate do we all know in such countries.
      1. Kenneth
        Kenneth 6 May 2016 08: 33
        0
        And which one? International sanctions, not traveling elites, expulsion from international organizations?
        1. pigkiller
          pigkiller 6 May 2016 16: 50
          0
          Saddam Hussein, M. Gaddafi, for example. The second, by the way, even managed to make peace with the West.
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  12. pts-m
    pts-m 6 May 2016 07: 05
    +1
    The rats leave the ship in advance, which in the near future may reach "bottom" in the political life of this state.
  13. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 6 May 2016 07: 11
    +1
    Here's the deal! To what extent everything is transparent with them. Erdogan can never get full power until he changes the constitution. Only time will not be enough for him. Well, the "microsultan" should not get the territory of the Ottoman Empire for its undivided use.
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 6 May 2016 17: 40
      0
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Well, the "microsultan" should not get the territory of the Ottoman Empire for its undivided use.

      There is some problem between Erdogan and Sultanism. The sultan also held the title of caliph, i.e. lords of the faithful. And now, someone al-Baghdadi has already claimed his rights to this title. As if from the very fact of the existence of two caliphs and two caliphates, the faithful did not break the template.
      lol
  14. askort154
    askort154 6 May 2016 07: 13
    +1
    It looks like a multi-move of the Anglo-Saxons. Erdogan is unpredictable and stubborn, and becomes "uncomfortable" for them.
  15. parusnik
    parusnik 6 May 2016 07: 24
    0
    what will this Turkish gambit lead to. By the beginning of the realization of Erdogan’s great dream - the revival of the Ottoman Empire.... Dreams come true .... and do not come true ... There will soon be a second ... but blood will be shed ...
  16. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 6 May 2016 07: 25
    -4
    It seems like you can not do without nuclear weapons. There is still time to build up a nuclear weapons fleet. Urgent need to increase its reserves.
  17. zollstab
    zollstab 6 May 2016 07: 28
    +1
    I draw an analogy with the company where I work - a change of leadership every one and a half to two years has not improved the operation of the facility and the salary of employees.
  18. Kenneth
    Kenneth 6 May 2016 07: 30
    +1
    Erdogan is building a power vertical in which no one can even utter a shout against. However, he has a good example.
  19. Tatar 174
    Tatar 174 6 May 2016 07: 44
    0
    By the beginning of the realization of Erdogan’s great dream - the revival of the Ottoman Empire.
    The beginning of the revival of the empire will be the beginning of its end, as has already happened more than once. Any empire ...
    1. Beefeater
      Beefeater 6 May 2016 08: 53
      +1
      Quote: Tartar 174
      By the beginning of the realization of Erdogan’s great dream - the revival of the Ottoman Empire.
      The beginning of the revival of the empire will be the beginning of its end, as has already happened more than once. Any empire ...
      For example, we are trying now to revive the Russian Empire
      The British Empire exists in the American version
      Empire is just a form of co-existence of several ethnic groups in this sense, the first Russian emperor was Ivan the Terrible after the conquest of Kazan and Astrakhan
  20. Dex
    Dex 6 May 2016 07: 49
    0
    I agree that this resignation is nothing more than a strategic move to concentrate power in his hands by Erdogan. This is obvious, let's look further - it seems to me that Turkey’s foreign policy will take on much more radical features: an operation to suppress Kurds in the southern regions of Turkey and more aggressive rhetoric on Syria and Russia by the Turkish government ... Also, we will most likely see terrorist attacks in Ankara (rigged by the government to rally society against an external threat) and the subsequent persecution of those who disagree. All this is designed to ensure the irremovability of political power, but threatens to escalate into an internecine war of the Turkish elites, ready to play on Erdogan’s mistakes. In the long run, this resignation rather weakens Turkey than strengthens
  21. Winnie76
    Winnie76 6 May 2016 07: 51
    +3
    He does not draw on GDP with its vertical. Ishchenko recently spoke about Poroshenko - he does not understand the piglet that with the absolutization of power comes the absolutization of responsibility. All problems will be written off to the top of the vertical, there is no one else. Erdogan has a similar situation, there is only one option left - to turn the nuts to the end until they break
    1. Beefeater
      Beefeater 6 May 2016 08: 54
      0
      Quote: Winnie76
      He does not draw on GDP with its vertical. Ishchenko recently spoke about Poroshenko - he does not understand the piglet that with the absolutization of power comes the absolutization of responsibility. All problems will be written off to the top of the vertical, there is no one else. Erdogan has a similar situation, there is only one option left - to turn the nuts to the end until they break

      He will start to plant and shoot and write off to him nothing will be needed anywhere
  22. HAM
    HAM 6 May 2016 08: 06
    +2
    Probably, Ukrainians made Ahmet a tempting offer to become a Sultan in Kherson .. lol
  23. BOB044
    BOB044 6 May 2016 08: 07
    +1
    Well, here you have Ahmet Davutoglu inserted a kaleno in the ass. This is for your love and affection for Erdogan.
  24. Knizhnik
    Knizhnik 6 May 2016 08: 31
    +2
    Erdogan's authority in the world has recently, to put it mildly, declined. His ambitions and fervor have spoiled everything, from a quarrel with a longtime partner Israel to an adventure in Syria. Davutoglu is perceived as a person of a more "European" character. By the way, it was infa that Davutoglu left because of disagreement with Erdogan's policy in the field of human rights, freedom of speech, etc. A real curtsey towards Europe! Perhaps they are preparing castling.
  25. donavi49
    donavi49 6 May 2016 08: 33
    +2
    Everything is simple there. On the post of prime minister is eager Sultan's son-in-law. Therefore, Davutoglu had to leave.

    In fact there is a 3 favorite:
    1) Sulatan's son-in-law.
    2) Former Minister of Transport, who saved the Sultan during the Maidan by blocking all social networks, putting mobile communications on Taksim Square, and stopping public transport in almost the entire city, closing all entrances to Taksim for private transport. As a result, without cookies, help, under the life-giving jets of water cannons, the Maidan quickly turned sour.
    3) Minister of Health, he is a party nominee, ultra-conservative and Islamist, he advocates for example the legislative prohibition of married women to work, a mandatory burqa, faster integration of Islamic laws in Turkish society.
  26. iliya87
    iliya87 6 May 2016 09: 04
    0
    Who would doubt that. In Turkey, the process of centralization of power around Erdogan did not begin yesterday or even a year ago. I do not know how anyone, this news did not impress me at all.
  27. va3610
    va3610 6 May 2016 09: 23
    0
    By the beginning of the realization of Erdogan’s great dream - the revival of the Ottoman Empire.
    He will eat, but who will give him.
  28. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 6 May 2016 09: 36
    0
    After consultations within the AKP, I made a decision.......believe in Islam! Allah Akbar!
  29. Zvon
    Zvon 6 May 2016 10: 41
    0
    They went like ships at sea!
  30. Forever so
    Forever so 6 May 2016 10: 51
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    Well, attempts to revive, where to get from this)) because the grass was stronger and the needles sharper. But here something else is noticeable)) After all, if you look retrospectively, then in geyropov and America and Turkey, a couple of years ago everything was calm, and then came ... not, not a lieutenant)) here came the spring of Ukraine. And everyone who ordered it, gurgled like in a village toilet after a pack of yeast)) Turkey is not in a vacuum, there are neighbors nearby that will immediately shorten the otoman empire. It’s not yesterday today, and very few people will live until tomorrow)))
  31. tehnokrat
    tehnokrat 6 May 2016 12: 42
    +1
    Quote: armored optimist
    I don’t think he gave up. That would be too easy.

    Absolutely agree! And I think we'll hear about him soon. It is Davutoglu, and not Erdogan, who is the theorist of neo-Ottomanism. University education, the experience of the Foreign Ministry weigh no less than the charisma of Erdogan.
    As an adversary, he is more dangerous. Davutoglu is dangerous with his mind, experience, and firm will, and Erdogan only with unpredictability. In the last days of November 2015, it was Davutoglu who immediately stated that "Russia will not wait for an apology," and Erdogan fidgeted, "he got through to Putin." No, he’s not a puppet, rather the opposite.
    It’s bad if he breaks into the presidency. Perhaps he is just waiting for his predecessor to change the type of government from parliamentary to presidential, and there he can be overthrown: Erdogan is also older, it’s time to rest.
    1. Sergej1972
      Sergej1972 6 May 2016 19: 08
      0
      In Turkey, it is impossible to come to power without reliance on the party. Most likely, presidential candidates will be nominated by law exclusively from political parties. What party will Davutoglu nominate from?
  32. Erikson
    Erikson 6 May 2016 13: 57
    0
    It smelled fired in Turkish politics. Davutoglu urgently washes his hands, while there is time in a quiet harbor ... Let the possessed, masterful Erdogan himself get out, as he can, before the multiplying enemies, not only in the external environment, but also in the internal.
  33. oxotnuk86
    oxotnuk86 6 May 2016 14: 15
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    In such a dirty business as politics, the main thing is to make legs in time so as not to fall under the distribution. Yatsenyuk unscrewed and hid on time. And Poroshenko and Grosman are waiting at the distribution. Surely there will be little like Erdogan.
  34. Ren
    Ren 6 May 2016 17: 16
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    Sadly, of course, but do not forget the etymology of the Russian word d Urak - Turak-Turk, people who were close to / subordinate to the Turks used to call it the ground, i.e. at d lesson.
    Alexander Vasilievich was right as always.
  35. Pitot
    Pitot 6 May 2016 17: 17
    +2
    One dive left, the other remained - is there a big difference. The Turks, as they were rot, remained so, and will continue to be so. Leopard change his spots.
  36. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 6 May 2016 20: 29
    0
    And with all this bacchanalia they rule from overseas those who are more comfortable there than here, in Turkey and Israel.
  37. Erg
    Erg 6 May 2016 21: 03
    0
    We should not be misled by the dirty laundry of the direct organizers of world terrorism. Naturally, with the full support of world financiers (US Six). What difference does it make to anyone who replaced anyone in this pigsty? This is the question - will we smile at the Ottomans, following the canons of diplomacy, or will we burn out this nest of terrorists. Is it time for this? here we will see.
  38. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 7 May 2016 08: 32
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    I won’t be surprised if soon davutaglu will be behind bars or in the grave.
  39. trantor
    trantor 7 May 2016 08: 46
    0
    By the beginning of the realization of Erdogan’s great dream ...

    Every beginning has an end ... often fast, and sometimes not its own)
  40. Tolstoevsky
    Tolstoevsky 7 May 2016 16: 09
    0
    Conclusion-XXX. there will be no ottoman empire. there will be an inglorious end to a pigsty called turkey. the land will be divided by Kurds, Greeks and Armenians
  41. Comrade Stalin
    Comrade Stalin 7 May 2016 17: 21
    0
    Well now for sure, Ukrainians and Turkish brothers forever
  42. north67
    north67 8 May 2016 17: 35
    -1
    What did you think to this and went. And we need to conclude and not to select edrosov. Then Putin living under the constitution of the pharaoh will understand and draw conclusions.