Thanks to the 'yes' result in the constitutional referendum, Turkey is going to negotiate with its foreign allies with renewed confidence in the following days
The "yes" result in the referendum disappointed campaigners for "no" in the West more than the "no" front in Turkey. They clearly took up a position politically and failed.
With the end of the referendum process, Turkey enters a new phase that necessitates important steps in a smooth transition from a hybrid system to a presidential system.
Turkey must focus its energy and attention on the swift realization of much-needed structural reforms in public administration and macroeconomic management
It would be very wrong to compare the April vote with previous constitutional reforms, which were forcefully created by the representatives of the coup tradition