THE economist and writer Erol Basarik, who is actively involved in politics in the UK and is the founding chairman of the Reform 2000 Party, sheds light on the debates in the Turkish political world and examines the concept of ‘Güçlendirilmiş Parlamento Sistemi’ (Reinforced Parliamentary System) with examples in his new book.
“I hope that my young friends, the so-called generation z, will carefully read the book with the seriousness of the handbook and will take ownership of the Strengthened Parliamentary System I propose. Just as the landlords oppose the Village Institutes, the politicians may oppose the Strengthened Parliamentary System as I propose, for two reasons, which I will mention below. But the basis of our domestic policy should be built with this system and our foreign policy should be built on the policy of “Peace at home, peace in the world”. Our Turkey will not only stay away from the problems that cause headaches and never end, but also contribute greatly to world peace when these policies are implemented.
Basarik sheds light on the debates in the Turkish political world in his book, Strengthened Parliamentary System (Halk Kitabevi), and examines the concept of a “reinforced parliamentary system” with examples.
“To whom or against whom the parliamentary system should be strengthened?”, “What are the elements that threaten the parliamentary system?, “What is understood from the strengthened parliament?”, “How can the parliament be made more qualified?”.
From Turkey’s foreign policy to the religion-democracy relationship, problems of corruption, unemployment and the 2019 elections. It evaluates many issues, from the party to the party, from the perspective of the “enhanced parliamentary system”.