World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday said that they had entered a "critical phase for Turkey".
Speaking at a meeting of the provincial and municipality leaders of the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party in Kizilcahamam town of Ankara, Erdogan underlined that they had entered a critical and crucial phase for Turkey.
"2014 will be a year of elections for Turkey in which critical results would be attained. First of all, there will be local elections in March. In mid-2014, there will be presidential election based on the Turkish Constitution. In this process, the possibility of a referendum may come up on the Turkish Constitution," Erdogan stressed.
Touching on the reform process in Turkey, Erdogan noted that the Republic of Turkey became a stronger sycamore with the reforms completed.
"AK Party has strengthened the bonds between the body of the republic's sycamore and its roots. AK Party has opened the channels that were blocked and helped the state re-embrace its history and nation," Erdogan also said.Last Mod: 29 Nisan 2013, 17:05