TURKEY IS NOT TURNING INTO AN AUTHORITARIAN REGIME: DEPUTY PM TO WESTERN COMPANIES

Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Şimşek has sought to ease concerns over Turkey's democratic rule in the post-referendum era, claiming that the country "is not turning into an authoritarian regime" in a meeting with senior representatives from leading Western companies in WASHINGTON, D.C

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