Terrorist attack in Ankara brings instability back to Turkey
Turkey will not remain the same and attacks will continue. The country has returned to the times of instability and threats, a Turkish political commentator, Burhan Ozkoshar, told Vestnik Kavkaza.
"I do not believe that the terrorist attack, which was one of the most devastating in the history of the republic, was aimed at disrupting the parliamentary elections in November. Because each party has tried to benefit from it," Ozkoshar said.
"Look, the AKP, trying to spread fear, says at every turn that the attack marks the point where our country will be if there is no stability with autocracy, while the opposition claims that the main director of y double bombing in Ankara was the government and President," he noted.
"Whatever the outcome of these elections, attacks will continue in Turkey. So politicians will have to act more responsibly," Burhan Ozkoshar summed up.