Azerbaijan, Baku / corr. Trend S.Ilhamgizi / The Instructor of Istanbul University and also Chief of Written Affairs Department of Achig Gazet newspaper, Birsen Altner, said commenting on election situation in Turkey that the newly elected Parliament of Turkey will be most probably formed by five large parties. Altner stressed that the people who think that Turkish Prime Minister, Rajab Teyyub Erdogan's nominating the Foreign Minister, Abdulla Gul, for the presidency brings harms to the Country come together in streets. Millions of people held demonstrations on 14 April in Ankara Tandogan square, 29 April in Istanbul Chaglayan square, 5 May in Manis square. The demonstrations will continue on 13 May in Ismir. "The protesting people state that the national interests and values are in internal and external danger. However, the demonstrations once again showed that the people are capable to protect their State," Altner underlined.
The Parliament of Turkey made a decision to make amendments to the Constitution of the Country, particularly now the deputies will be elected each four years and the president through popular voting by implementing 5+5 system. The Prime Minister of Turkey stated that if the President of Turkey, Ahmed Nejdet Sezer, imposes a veto on the pack of proposals envisaging amendments to the Constitution, the document will be sent to him again. The Prime Minister considers that these amendments will treat the political depression in Turkey.
The National High Assembly of Turkey stated that the parliamentary elections will be attended by 21 parties. Altner said that after the date of the elections was clarified, the right and left camps began seeking for allies. According to him, the demonstrations were a lesson to the politicians and now they try to unite.
Altner considers that after elections, a multi-composition parliament will be formed. According to him, most probably a majority of votes will be collected by ruling Justice and Development Party, the second place will be taken by State Popular Party (JHP), third by Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), fourth by Democratic Party (DP) formed by Ana Veten (Mother Land Party) and Dogru Yol (Right Way Party). In addition, DTP also may be represented at the Parliament, Altner considers. If DTP participates in the elections on 22 June as a party, it will not be able to overcome the barriers in the forthcoming elections. Nominating independent candidates, DTP may join the Parliament and possibly will create its group for which it needs to take at least 20 seats at the Parliament. "It will not bring significant harms to ruling Justice and Development Party. However, I think that the DTP group will be an ache for the National High Assembly," he said. Thus, as a result of 22 June election, a five-party parliament may be formed.