16 May 2022
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    Sixty percent of Turkish voters believe Erdogan can’t fix economyTuesday 10 May 2022

    Sixty percent of Turkish voters believe Erdogan can’t fix economy

    Almost 60 percent of Turkish voters do not believe that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan can fix the country’s economy, according to a survey by Turkish pollster Metropoll.

    “Being a mosque” in the Middle East: Erdogan's Riyadh visit / Namik TanMonday 9 May 2022

    “Being a mosque” in the Middle East: Erdogan's Riyadh visit / Namik Tan

    On January 6, 1955, Turkey’s late Prime Minister Adnan Menderes, flew to Baghdad at the invitation of the Iraqi and Lebanese governments respectively. The visit was organized to reciprocate the state visit of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Said to Turkey in the fall of 1954. Nuri Said (Pasha) who graduated from an Ottoman military academy was no stranger to Turkey and enjoyed a close personal relationship with his counterpart, Prime Minister Adnan Menderes. The Baghdad Pact signed at that time symbolized the friendship between the two leaders. In fact, in 1958, the Democratic Party government ordered Turkish security forces to save Nuri Said Pasha and King Faisal from a coup d’état and a team was sent to Jordan for this purpose. They were too late; King Faisal and Prime Minister Said were killed by the forces of putschist General Kasım.