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Crash course on political reforms from Turkey to Syria

Crash course on political reforms from Turkey to Syria

A group of senior bureaucrats from Turkey, including head of the country's central intelligence organization and the top privatization authority, has travelled to Damascus, Syria, to brief the Syrian government over how to make rapid reforms, which are seen by many as the last chance for the Assad regime to survive growing political unrest in the country. The group of government bureaucrats are conveying Turkey's own experiences in diverse fields such as elections law and privatization as well as press law. The group has arrived in Syria after a telephone conversation between Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Bashar Assad, who is getting prepared to introduce a multi-party system.

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