If the ‘yes' vote wins in Sunday's referendum, Turkey will get rid of the tutelage in its politics, which is the root cause of the country's chronic crises
If the 'no' campaign wins the constitutional referendum, the circles seeking to damage Turkey's national interests will find a gateway to meddle in Turkish politics
Despite all the stress and difficulties, the systemic transformation process in Turkey must be worth to endure for a brighter future
What keeps opposition leaders up at night is the off chance that the AK Party will be able to build a grand multi-party coalition to push presidentialism through Parliament.
These being the basic functions of a constitution, the Turkish Constitution of 1982 brought forth, since it came into force, a rather precarious situation for the Turkish legal and political systems.