Municipalities’ paltry share of budget an obstacle to democratization
MUSTAFA SÖNMEZ - Hürriyet Daily News, November/09/2013 Local administrations are only able to use 10…
Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has made little headway in restoring economic confidence among consumers and investors since economic turmoil hit in 2018, a setback that will inevitably bear on its political fortunes as it marks its 18th year in power. Indicators reflecting domestic and foreign confidence in the country’s economy remain lackluster even after drastic government moves to sway central bank policies in a bid to jumpstart economic revival.
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