Cracks Appear in Erdogan’s Government

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Last week on The New Arab Voice we looked at the aftermath of the recent immense earthquake in Syria. This week, we’re over the border in Turkey, which experience some of the worst devastation and the highest number of casualties. Immediately following the earthquake, the state’s response was slow. The agency responsible for disasters, AFAD, missed the crucial window when the most number of people can be saved. It quickly became apparent to observers that there was a serious problem, and that these problems were being exposed at the worst possible time. As people questioned the response of AFA…

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