Pretty fair assessment, in my opinion. You know how partzan Turks are when it comes to footie, though. My lot are taking it personally. Imagine (chosen dieity forbid) similar outside Anfield, Old Trafford or wherever. Collateral damage perhaps, but at least one stadium employee amongst the fatalaties.
Trying to look at it from a detatched point of view, I'd have thought the PKK would have got more mileage out of drawing attention to Kurds fightilng Isis. You can bet your arse Erdoğan will attempt to grant himself more power soon, this will only serve to give him an excuse.
Well, call me Nostadamus - this came in as I was typing, just in case anybody's unaware of who and what we're dealing with...
Erdogan's AK Party submits bill to empower presidency
Proposed changes seek to give president extended powers as head of executive while abolishing the prime ministry.
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/12/e ... 14359.html
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