MPs: Coalition government to be established in Turkey
Azerbaijan, Baku, 10 June /Trend, A.Tagiyeva/
None of the parties will win with an absolute majority in the parliamentary elections in Turkey, so Turkey will be governed by the coalition government, said the member of Turkish Grand National Assembly from the opposition Nationalist Movement Party Ahmet Bukan.
"Turkey is likely to be governed by a coalition of several parties," Bukan said by telephone from Ankara.
According to the MP, it is possible to exactly say that the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) will not win in these elections. "AKP's rating reduced after a failed domestic policy," said Bukan.
AKP has not solved many internal problems related to social and political life of citizens, he added.
Parliamentary elections in Turkey are scheduled for June 12. Erdogan's party has been in power in Turkey since November 2002. At the last parliamentary elections held in June 2007, it gained about 47 percent of the votes and formed a single-party government.
Another member of Turkish Grand National Assembly from the opposition Nationalist Movement Party Beytullah Asil also believes that the Turkish government will be governed by the coalition forces.
According to Asil, establishing a coalition will positively affect the country's politics, since the coalition government helps reduce disputes and disagreements among the ruling powers.
According to Asil, the parliamentary elections in Turkey will be sufficiently democratic.
Bukan also said that the rating of the Nationalist Movement Party will increase during these elections.
"We expect 20 percent of votes," he added.
Bukan said that if there would not be fictional scandal, which was associated with a member of the party, the MHP could count on a higher percentage of votes.