Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Reasons Of Failure Of Coup Attempt In Turkey
Erdogan government successfully tackled a coup attempt planned and executed by the faction of Turkish army. people who have interest in problem solving and troubleshooting wanted to know more about the success of Erdogan and failure of opponents. The major reason of the coup failure was that public was on the back of Erdogan's government who made an iron wall in front of rebellions and this happens only when government facilitates the masses and it happened only in Turkey, because people liked Erdogan and his policies for the development of the country and the people. We CONGRATULATE our Turkish brothers for their bravery and courage and defeating opponents having nefarious designs. Other reasons for the failed coup were:- * Turkish economy caused growth of 64 % in real GDP between 2002 and 2012 and a 43% increase in GDP per capita. * Erdogan inherited a debt of $ 23.5 billion to IMF, which was reduced to $ 0.9 billion in 2012. He decided not to sign a new deal. Turkey's debt to IMF was declared to be completely paid and he announced that IMF could borrow from Turkey. In 2010, five-year credit defaults swaps for Turkey's sovereign debts were trading at a record low 1.17 %, below those of nine EU member countries and Russia. * In 2002 Turkish Central Bank had $ 26.5 billion in reserves, this amount reached to $92.2 billion in 2011. Under Erdogan's leadership inflation fell from 32 % to 9 % in 2004. * Under Erdogan's government, the number of airports increased from 26 to 50. * Between 2002 and 2011 another 13,500 km of expressways were built. * For the first time in Turkish history, high- speed railway lines were constructed and the country's high speed railways service began in 2009. In 8 years 1076 km of railways were built and 5449 km of railways were renewed. * Erdogan put greater investment in the healthcare system than any of his predecessor. As part of reforms provide "Green card" program that gives free health benefits to the poor. * Erdogan increased education spending from $ 7.5 billion lira in 2002 to $ 34 billion lira in 2011, the highest share of national budget given to one ministry, and the number of universities in Turkey doubled from 98 in 2002 to 186 in October 2012. * In 1996 1 $ was equal to 222 lira while in 2016 1 $ is of 2.94 Lira (even after recent Turmoil. If we rephrase all the situation in one sentence, we can say "Leadership Matters" . **-- LONG LIVE THE GREAT LEADER OF TURKEY TAYYAB EDOGAN AND OUR DEAR MUSLIM TURKISH BROTHERS. mAY ALMIGHTY ALLAHBLESS YOU.